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Islandora Camp Switzerland - Registration Now Open!

Islandora Camp will be in Dübendorf, near Zürich, Switzerland from June 17 - 19, 2019. 
 
Registration is now open for for this three-day event, packed with Islandora content: two days of conference-style sessions and presentations, and one day of hands-on workshop training with tracks for developers and front-end users and managers. We will also have plenty of content dealing with the next major version of Islandora, which pairs Drupal 8 with Fedora 4. 
 
We hope you can join us!

Islandora Camp in Dübendorf!

The Islandora Foundation is very pelased to announce our first event of 2019: Islandora Camp Switzerland, taking place June 17 - 19 in Dübendorf, Switzlerand. We are partnering with Islandora Foundation member Lib4RI to hold the camp at Eawag. While we won't be anouncing the full schedule until some time next year, we expect to follow the usual camp schedule of:

Islandora Foundation joins DuraSpace

The Islandora Foundation is very pleased to announce that it has joined DuraSpace as an affiliate member. We look forward to collaborating with DuraSpace more closely to further not only Islandora's growth and sustainability but also to learn from and support allied open-source communities. See DuraSpace's press release for more information.

iCamp EU Limerick T-Shirt Contest

One of the features of Islandora events is the t-shirt given to all attendees. Every camp has its own logo, and we want to give a free registration and an extra t-shirt to the iCampEU Limerick attendee who comes up with the best logo to represent the camp.

This was the logo from our previous contest (for IslandoraCon in Hamilton, ON):

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Islandora Technical Advisory Group (TAG) First Meeting

Just wanted everyone to know that Islandora's Technical Advisory Group had it's first meeting to discuss PHP 5.3.3 given that we have had problems with Travis around it recently.  Fortunately, Travis has merged in changes to address the issue. Community member Jonathan Green deserves big thanks for filing it!