Upcoming Event: Mid-Atlantic Fedora User Group Meetup, at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, November 30-December 1
Registration for the Mid-Atlantic Fedora User Group meetup is now open.
It’ll be two days: Monday, November 30th and Tuesday, December 1st.
This is an opportunity to learn about Fedora (http://www.fedora-commons.org/) if you’re not yet familiar with it. This is also a great chance to hear how Fedora is being used in the community. We’ll have several presenters from around the area talking about their presentations.
The program is arranged to move from the more general to the specific. The first day will cover an introduction to Fedora, and a wide variety of examples of how people are using it. As the day progresses, the talks will become increasingly technical. The second day will be hands-on workshops for developers and others who work extensively with Fedora.
Fedora is used in a wide variety of digital library platforms and tools. We’ll be joined by David Wilcox, Product Manager of Fedora, and representatives from the Digital Public Library of America.
You can learn more from the website: http://midatlanticfedorausers.org/
You can register (for one or both days) here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mid-atlantic-fedora-users-group-tickets-18686418581