The Islandora community is comprised of implementers, developers, service companies, and users working as transparently as possible toward better documentation and a better, always open-source, code base. We operate under a Code of Conduct. Membership formalizes involvement in the community and provides financial support for the project. Users get together across many channels, including:
We hold regular Islandora 7 Committers Calls and Islandora 8 Tech Calls. Developers, testers, and other interested parties come together to review tickets, issues, and development goals for Islandora.
Committees and Interest Groups
The Islandora Foundation is home to several official committees and groups that support and shape the growth of our community. Membership criteria varies. For more details and to view the membership of each committee, please visit our Committees and Groups page.
Islandora Interest Groups are gatherings of Islandora community members who come together around a particular topic relevant to the Islandora ecosystem. The purpose of the interest group is to provide a forum for information exchange, mentorship and development within a limited area of interest and to report findings, submit code, documentation, recommendations as appropriate to the Islandora Coordinating Committee on matters of wider interest relating to the area of expertise. How to Establish an Interest Group.
- Archival Interest Group
- Dev-Ops Interest Group
- Documentation Interest Group
- Fedora 4 Interest Group (completed)
- GIS Interest Group
- Institutional Repositories Interest Group
- ISLE Interest Group
- Metadata Interest Group
- Multi-Tenancy Interest Group
- Oral Histories Interest Group (completed)
- Preservation Interest Group
- Security Interest Group
- User Interface Interest Group
Code of Conduct
The Islandora Community operates under a Code of Conduct which guides our interactions whether via text, voice, or face-to-face, and includes a reporting process for anyone who feels that they have been a part of an interaction that violates these guidelines.
The Islandora Foundation holds regular webinars and face-to-face events around the world, where you can access training and meet up with other Islandora users. For more information or to check out the upcoming schedule, please visit the Events Page.
Check out other sites that are using Islandora across the globe with our installations map.
The Islandora community is active at islandora.slack.com. For an invite, please complete this form.