|Welcome and Housekeeping from the Virtual Connect Committee!|
|Franny Gaedy Gaede (University of Oregon), David Schober (Northwestern)|
The Avalon Media System update is intended to give a summary of the development progress and goals of the Avalon team since the last Samvera Connect. New work discussed will include transcript support, work on the Avalon IIIF media player and continued development on porting Avalon to Hyrax.
|Everyone||Jon Cameron (Indiana University)|
|1130-1140||Hyku 2020: What's In Store for Samvera's Multi-Tenant Solution|
Hyku, the multi-tenant Samvera solution built on Hyrax, is moving full-steam through 2020 with project initiatives that will bring valuable features to this platform. We'll look at a snapshot of current notable Hyku projects, as well at the roadmap ahead. We'll also highlight new turnkey service solutions and Hyku's presence in the community and online.
|Kevin Kochanski (Notch 8)|
|A community update on the recent Hyrax development.||Everyone||Tom Johnson (UCSD)|
|1150-1210||Valkyrizing the Duke Digital Repository|
A team at Duke University Libraries refactored the Duke Digital Repository software stack, replacing Fedora 3 with the Valkyrie gem. The project kicked off in November of 2018, and concluded with the rollout of DDR 2.0.0 in January of 2020. Presenters will share the team’s experience and provide an overview of the DDR’s updated architecture.
|Samvera developers and managers of Samvera teams||Will Sexton, et al (Duke University)|
|1220-1230||Working Groups||Working and Interest Group Updates||Everyone|
|1230-1240||Working Groups||Working and Interest Group Updates||Everyone|
|1240-1250||Working Groups||Working and Interest Group Updates||Everyone|
|1250-1300||React NPM module / dev environment starter package||Forking this Github starter project spins up a webpack React dev environment, along with some tools and commands to bundle your React component to share via NPM. An alternative to Create React App, the project configuration was developed with the aim of exporting and sharing with other React apps in the wild.||Developers, Front-End developers, project managers||Adam Arling (Northwestern University)|
|1300-1310||React IIIF Player||IIIF player, is a ReactJS component which renders a MediaElementJS player and a structure navigation component from a IIIF 3.0 spec manifest. This is delivered as an exportable yarn/npm package.||Developers, Front-End developers, project managers||Dananji Withana (Indiana Univeristy)|
|1310-1320||Bulkrax - All Your Import Export Needs|
Bulkrax - All Your Import Export Needs
|Notch8 has been working on and championing our framework for creating importers and exporters for the last 2 years. There are live versions being used to bring in OAI collections, CSV files and Bagit bags. More than 200k records have been imported across multiple Samvera repositories. I'd like to take a little time to dive deep in to the newest features of Bulkrax, which include better export support, round trip support and a streamlined file format creation process. After this presentation you'll have a clear path to adding Bulkrax to an application, creating your own import / export format, and a general feel for where Bulkrax is going.||Developers / Metadata Folk||Rob Kaufman (Notch8)|
|1330-1340||Hyrax and Archivematica: central to implementing digital preservation workflows||The University of Hull has been partnering with CoSector to develop and implement a digital preservation infrastructure for the management of a digital archive for the UK City of Culture 2017. The infrastructure is based on a combination of systems that do they do best, with Hyrax and Archivematica central to the overall workflow. Following development in 2019, this talk provides an update on implementation of the infrastructure and reports on the lessons learned from turning an idea into practical reality.||Librarians working with digital preservation, digital archivists, digital collection managers||Chris Awre, Laura Giles, Rory McNicholl (University of Hull and CoSector)|
|1340-1400||Flexible Metadata for Hyrax||"Imagine being able to specify complex metadata requirements for a Hyrax repository in a structured YAML file, or through an editable interface in the admin dashboard. Imagine having those requirements automatically configure metadata properties, indexing rules, forms, search and presentation within the repository.|
This presentation describes a project at Indiana University to do just that. Working with
Notch8, Indiana are implementing the Houndstooth meta-model created by the M3 working group. Initial proof of concept work will be demonstrated, alongside an update on current work to move from POC to a fully tested and production-ready rails engine for Flexible Metadata. The engine will be used in Indiana’s Digital Collections application to put the management of metadata profiles into the hand of metadata librarians, and reduce the development burden of configuring metadata for different work types and different audiences."
|Developers; Metadata Librarians||Jim Halliday, Julie Allinson and Shana Moore (Notch8 and Indiana Univeristy)|