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EPrints has published a new version of the repository software. The version 3.3.8 was already announced at the beginning of the year and is available from now on. But only a few changes have been made, the developers state: “Fixes several regressions in views code“ and “Fixes a regression on document format phrases“. For the new version of EPrints see http://files.eprints.org/723/
There is also a new version of the repository software OPUS, which was already published in January. ...
The DSpace Community Advisory Team (DCAT) has published the results of the user survey on the metadata support of DSpace. The results have shown that there is a need for readjustments based on the Dublin Core Metadata scheme, which is the most relevant for the DSpace user. The DCAT has pointed out several toDo’s for the DSpace Developers and community:
Robin Taylor, from the University of Edinburgh member of the Dspace developer team, has announced that the newest stable release of Dspce has been released: DSpace 1.8 is now available on sourceforge.net. The new version promises a few small changes on the widespread repository solution like et al a SWORD Client, a configurable workflow for the XMLUI as well as curation tools like e.g. a metadata translator and a metadata link checker. Furthermore the procedure of the upgrade has been eased: ? Most notably dspace.cfg has been split up, and the default behaviour when doing 'Ant update' is to replace the existing files if the new files are different.?
You will find a documentation of the new release under: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/DSDOC18
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