We're taking another look back at Islandoracon this week, to highlight another one of the amazing projects that came from our Islandora 8 Use-a-Thon.
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Are you looking ahead to a migration from Islandora 7 to Islandora 8 (CLAW)? The tools to get you there are further along than you might think. In a new video, Islandora's Technical Lead, Danny Lamb, walks through a migration using the migrate_7x_claw module.
Some useful links to learn more or try the tools out for yourself:
We held our first Islandora Camp in San Diego last week, with many thanks to our hosts at San Diego State University. The overall structure followed our now tried-and-true pattern for camps: one day of general sessions introducing Islandora and community that builds it, one day of hands-on workshops with tracks for front-end administrators or developers, and one day with sessions taking a closer look at individual sites and tools.
The Islandora Installations list has hit 250* known sites! Let's have a look at some of the more interesting examples that brought us to this milestone:
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We are proud to unveil the latest in our line of Islandora Camp t-shirt logos: iCampHRM:
Now, why crows? Come to the camp and you may well find out. MSVU's beautiful, habour-facing campus is a popular spot for the clever birds, as seen here:
Registration is still open, so come join us July 18 - 20 for some Islandora CAW!
We keep a public map and list of known Islandora installations around the world (is your site on there? Send us a note if it's not!). This past week that list reached a new milestone: 200 known Islandora sites. In fact, we're now sitting at 213. To celebrate, let's have a look at some of our favorite recent additions:
We’ve rolled another lobster! Islandora 7.x-1.10 is hot off the presses (well, cooling a bit since yesterday), and is available
By checking out the 7.x-1.10 branches of all our Git repos*
or, as a Virtual Machine  (not to be used in production)
or, as individual downloads on the Release Notes and Downloads page .
* Except Tuque, which has release branch 1.10, and Islandora Drupal Filter, which if you’ve already installed you don’t need to update.
At Open Repositories 2017 in Brisbane, Australia, the Islandora project unveiled a brand new sandbox site where you can take Islandora CLAW for a test drive, with a few test collections and theming set up by our awesome Islandora UI Interest Group. Check it out at http://future.islandora.ca and login with: