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LiveBlog: Pecha Kucha Session 2

Repositories for Scientific Research Data – Peter Murray Rust We spend huge money, millions, looking at phyllogenetic trees, huge amounts of data gathered but most is thrown away. Little work done to solve this but ANDS in Australia has done

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LiveBlog: Short Presentations 3

We are kicking off Day Two with short presentations: Hydra – Chris Awre, University of Hull Firstly thank you to my colleague Tom Cramer at Stanford for some of these slides. Hydra started out as a project in 2008 between

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Repository Fringe Day Two: What We Found Out (and Who Won the Lego!)

We had a fantastic and very busy day two at Repository Fringe today! A brief welcome from Repository Fringe Chair Nicola Osborne kicked off the day and was followed be a welcome and introduction to the city – and it’s

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Developer Challenge Update

Our developer challenge runs in parallel to the main Repository Fringe event. The first signs of hacking appear this morning in the foyer area. Armed with a few sweets to break the ice but also to provide some extra energy

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LiveBlog: Short Presentations 2

Rocio von Jungenfeld is introducing our final three presentations… Robin Burgess’ Repository Song I presented in 2011 as part of Repository Fringe I was presenting my paper on take up and embedding from the Glasgow School of Art’s new repository,

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LiveBlog – Pecha Kucha Session 1

Martin Donnelly, DCC, is introducing our Pecha Kucha session: Tony Mathys – Geo Metadata and repositories The GoGeo vision for repositories. How many librarians are there here? (not many). I work for the GoGeo Metadata service. We work to make

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Live(ish)blog: Getting to the Repository of the Future Workshop

Our blogger Rocio (with some help from Nancy Pontika) shares her live notes from the Getting to the Repository of the Future workshop which took place today… INTRO Chris Awre We’ve been working on repositories for over 10 years, and

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Live Blog – Short Presentations (1)

OJS – Angela Laurens and Theo Andrew OJS is the Open Journal Systems and it’s developed by PKP, a group of American Universities. And it is used worldwide with around 7000 journals. Our first OJS Journal was Concept, the Journal

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LiveBlog – Welcome/Opening Keynote

We are just getting started at Repository Fringe 2013. Nicola Osborne, Chair of this year’s event, has given a brief welcome and introduced Stuart Lewis to give the main welcome to the event. Welcome from Stuart Lewis, Deputy Director of Library

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Getting to the Repository of the Future

As our workshop day kicks off we bring you this guest post from Chris Awre, Head of Information Management at the University of Hull.  One of the workshops taking place just prior to the Repository Fringe this year is ‘Getting

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