Aug. 4, 2014
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The Fedora community is gauging interest in hosting a full-day Fedora User Group meeting in Karlsruhe, Germany on September 19, 2014, immediately following the PASIG conference (September 16-18). All users of Fedora, the open source, flexible and extensible digital repository platform, including anyone thinking about adopting Fedora, are encouraged to plan on attending. The meeting will be held at FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure, and registration will be free.
This will be an informal event that will give Fedora community members an opportunity to meet each other in person, discuss local projects and use cases, and find potential collaborators. Attendees are encouraged to give short (5 minutes) or long (15-20 minutes) project updates. Members of DuraSpace and the Fedora Steering Group will also be present to provide an update on the latest Fedora 4 developments and discuss opportunities for engagement with the project.
Please indicate your interest in attending the Fedora User Group meeting in Karlsruhe by contacting David Wilcox [log in to unmask] with a +1 (and any additional comments you may have). When it is clear there is sufficient interest in the event, we will send out additional details and registration information.