September 2017
 The DuraSpace Digest highlights recent events, releases and 
opportunities of interest to DuraSpace communities
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Introducing the DuraSpace Code of Conduct
DuraSpace is an international community dedicated to providing a welcoming, inclusive, and positive experience for all members of our community.  Read more
DuraSpace Projects

Come to Fedora camp in October
You are invited to join experienced trainers and Fedora gurus at Fedora Camp, co-hosted by University of Texas Libraries and Texas Digital Library, to be held October 16-18 at the Perry-CastaƱeda Library at the University of Texas, Austin.   Read more

Share your migration and upgrade Story
We're collecting anecdotes from people who have undertaken a migration or a major upgrade in the recent past. We hope to collect stories about how the project went, what resources were used or developed during the process, and whether it turned into an opportunity to update skills, re-engage stakeholders, normalize data, re-envision the service, etc. Read more 
DuraSpace Registered Service Providers

Benjamin Gross joins Clarivate Analytics to Support VIVO Implementations
We are pleased to announce that Benjamin Gross has joined the Clarivate Analytics team to support VIVO implementations, as well as other data integration projects.  Read more 

Hot Topics at 4Science: ORCiD API v.2 and New Projects in Four Continents
At 4Science we believe that digital preservation is getting more and more important within research and cultural heritage data management.  Read more

PASIG 2017 Roundup
PASIG featured stories of successes and failures, detailed explanations of existing guidelines, and expressions of support that we can gain the skills and knowledge to meet our digital preservation goals.  Read more

Register: Samvera Connect 2017
November 6 - 9, 2017 join us in Evanston, Illinois for our annual, worldwide gathering of the Samvera Community.  Read more

The 2.5% Commitment
The Commitment: Every academic library should commit to contribute 2.5% of its total budget to support the common infrastructure needed to create the open scholarly commons.  Read more