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Scope & Objectives


The Hyku Interest Group meets to discuss the Hyku repository application. Based on Hyrax, Hyku is intended to be an easy-to-install, easy-to-configure, feature-rich multi-tenancy solution. Hyku is designed to reduce barriers to effective asset management and preservation for collections and content types of many kinds.


Group members are  interested in working together to contribute to the maintenance and development of Hyku.

Meeting Times & Communication Channels

Time/Date:  The last Thursday of each month at 11:30 AM (EST)
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83035474771?pwd=NTgzNmY1eGxCak84SmJlOStTVEVNdz09 

Meeting ID: 830 3547 4771

Password: 616757

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Meeting ID: 830 3547 4771

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kd6y1cfI2Y

We will use the samvera-community@googlegroups.com list for cross-community communications. The subject line of a message posted to this channel shall be preceded by "[Hyku IG]" in square brackets.

Slack: Anyone is welcome to join the Hyku channel on the Samvera Community Slack.

Sunset milestone: No meeting occurs for 6 months.


Members

If you wish to receive invites to meetings (calls, online, etc.) please add your name below:

  • Kevin Kochanski, chair (Notch8)

  • Brian Hole (Ubiquity Press)

  • Rob Kaufman (Notch8)

  • Jill Morris (PALCI)
  • Gretchen Gueguen (PALCI)
  • Jeremy Friesen (University of Notre Dame)
  • Kirsten Leonard (PALNI)
  • Amanda Hurford (PALNI)
  • Ellen Ramsey (UVA)
  • Sherry Lake (UVA)
  • Bertie Wooles (Ubiquity Press)
  • Sara Gould (British Library)
  • Jenny Basford (British Library)
  • Chris Colvard (Ubiquity Press)

Emeritus Members

The following were key to the launch of Hyku and Hyku Interest Group, but are no longer active members:

  • Heather Greer Klein (DuraSpace)

  • Bill Branan (DuraSpace)

  • Mike Giarlo (Stanford University)
  • Hannah Frost (Stanford University)

Resources

Meeting Notes


Running Discussion Agendas and Notes


Scope & Objectives


The Hyku Interest Group meets to discuss the Hyku repository application. Based on Hyrax, Hyku is intended to be an easy-to-install, easy-to-configure, feature-rich multi-tenancy solution. Hyku is designed to reduce barriers to effective asset management and preservation for collections and content types of many kinds.


Group members are  interested in working together to contribute to the maintenance and development of Hyku.

Meeting Times & Communication Channels

Time/Date:  The last Thursday of each month at 11:30 AM (EST)
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/8584127749

Or iPhone one-tap:

   US: +16699006833,,8584127749#  or +14086380968,,8584127749#

Or Telephone:

   Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

       US: +1 669 900 6833  or +1 408 638 0968 or +1 646 876 9923

   Meeting ID: 858 412 7749

   International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/cgIHedDb7


We will use the samvera-community@googlegroups.com list for cross-community communications. The subject line of a message posted to this channel shall be preceded by "[Hyku IG]" in square brackets.

Slack: Anyone is welcome to join the Hyku channel on the Samvera Community Slack.

Sunset milestone: No meeting occurs for 6 months.


Members

If you wish to receive invites to meetings (calls, online, etc.) please add your name below:

  • Kevin Kochanski, chair (Notch8)

  • Brian Hole (Ubiquity Press)

  • Rob Kaufman (Notch8)

  • Jill Morris (PALCI)
  • Gretchen Gueguen (PALCI)
  • Jeremy Friesen (University of Notre Dame)
  • Kirsten Leonard (PALNI)
  • Amanda Hurford (PALNI)
  • Ellen Ramsey (UVA)
  • Sherry Lake (UVA)
  • Bertie Wooles (Ubiquity Press)
  • Sara Gould (British Library)
  • Jenny Basford (British Library)
  • Chris Colvard (Ubiquity Press)

Emeritus Members

The following were key to the launch of Hyku and Hyku Interest Group, but are no longer active members:

  • Heather Greer Klein (DuraSpace)

  • Bill Branan (DuraSpace)

  • Mike Giarlo (Stanford University)
  • Hannah Frost (Stanford University)

Resources

Meeting Notes


Running Discussion Agendas and Notes


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