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Welcome to the DSpace Wiki! If you need an account, email wikihelp@lyrasis.org

Although a few pages are 'locked' to prevent spamming, anyone who sign ups and creates an account can freely edit most of the DSpace Wiki. If you've forgotten your password, please visit the reset your password page.

Give DSpace a test run before you install it!

See Try out DSpace 7 for how to access our sandbox site or install your own sandbox locally.




Want to get involved?

Looking for ways to help out? Or, have ideas that you really want to see implemented in DSpace? See our guide on How to Contribute Ideas / Code / Documentation for some ways you can help make DSpace better for everyone!

If you are a developer and want to get your feet wet with DSpace, consider trying to tackle one of our unresolved, "good first issue" tickets. They should be approachable to anyone who is newer to DSpace, and it'd be a great way to give back!

Announcements

7.1 Release now available!

Find out what's happening in the DSpace Community.

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New DSpace Website Coming Soon!

For the most up to date information on DSpace please see visit here until the new website is launched in Winter/Spring 2022.

The post New DSpace Website Coming Soon! appeared first on Duraspace.org.

We are pleased to announce the release of DSpace 7.1.

We are pleased to announce the release of DSpace 7.1. With the release of DSpace 7.0 earlier in August, we, the community, are committed to provide timely updates to provide new features, security & bug fixes to the 7.x platform. The 7.1 release meets our technical roadmap to resolve three Tier 1 priorities. Additional donated features... Read more »

The post We are pleased to announce the release of DSpace 7.1. appeared first on Duraspace.org.

DSpace Selected in SCOSS Third Round of Funding

LYRASIS and DSpace are excited to announce that the Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services (SCOSS), selected DSpace in their third round of pledging. SCOSS, established in 2017, is a network of influential organizations committed to helping secure Open Access and Open Source infrastructure well into the future by identifying non-commercial services essential to Open Science... Read more »

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