Islandora is an open-source software framework designed to help institutions and organizations and their audiences collaboratively manage, and discover digital assets using a best-practices framework.  Islandora was originally developed by the University of Prince Edward Island's Robertson Library, but is now implemented and contributed to by an ever-growing international community.

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Islandora 150

1 day 10 hours

Last fall I issued a challenge to the community to help us get 100 dots on our Installations Map by the end of 2014. It was a tight goal, but we got there, and our map got a little more cluttered:

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Meet Your Developer: Jared Whiklo

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The Islandora community has seen a lot of growth since the Islandora Foundation got its start in 2013. The growth of our user and institutional community has been easy to see, but there has been another layer of growth in a vital part of the community that isn't always as visible: Islandora developers. Modules, bug fixes, and other commits to the Islandora codebase are coming from a much wider varsity of sources that in the early days of Islandora.

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Islandora Community Sprint 001

2 weeks 1 day

Starting on August 31st, we're going to try our very first community sprint (August 31-September 11). This is going to be a maintenance sprint, and its focus is going to be resolving issues marked as bugs, code tasks, or documentation tasks in JIRA. There is a whole lot there, and it might be daunting, but Jared Whiklo and I will be there to help. We have a wide range of issues from easy to well, not so easy. 

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