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. It uses Drupal as a front-end and deploys other open-source technologies, such as Fedora and Solr, to deliver a complete digital assets management solution. Originally developed by the University of Prince Edward Island's Robertson Library, Islandora is now implemented and supported by an ever-growing international community.

Islandora and all of its components are completely open-source and free to use. Learn more about Islandora 8.

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Islandoracon Pre-Conference Information

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Islandoracon is coming up in a little over a month! We have some information to share with attendees in advance of the conference to help you prepare:

 

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Islandora 7.x-1.13 Release Now Available

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Originally posted by Release Manager Jared Whiklo: 

Hi all, 

7.x-1.13 is complete. 

This was my first time as a release manager and it was a smooth and easy process thanks (I'm confident) to the work of all the previous release managers, so a thank you to all of them. 

Thank you to all the Auditors, Documentors, Testers and Component Managers. Without all of you Islandora would not be made. 

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Multitenancy in Islandora 8: Open Discussion Meeting August 14

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We've had some good conversations on the regular Islandora 8 Tech Call about how to best handle multi-tenancy/multi-sites in Islandora 8, but there are multiple ways to come at this, and we'd really like to hear from as many people with this use case as possible before settling on a default approach to support. To that end, we're holding an open meeting and inviting anyone interested. If you use multisites in 7, need multisites in 8, or just have some knowledge of the topic and want to help us shape our solution, please join us to discuss.

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