Welcome ArchivesSpace’s new Program Manager, Christine Di Bella!

January 18, 2017By Christine Di BellaNews No Comments

LYRASIS, the organizational home for ArchivesSpace, is delighted to announce that Christine Di Bella is the new ArchivesSpace Program Manager! Christine’s extensive knowledge of ArchivesSpace, her close connection to its community, and her deep and varied experience in the archival profession all make her uniquely well-qualified for this position.  As Program Manager, Christine will play … Read More

ArchivesSpace Monthly Update January 2017

January 6, 2017By Christine Di BellaMonthly Updates No Comments

Development The ArchivesSpace team was pleased to release version 1.5.2 on December 8. You can download the new release from Github at https://github.com/archivesspace/archivesspace/releases/tag/v1.5.2. Please see the release page for a listing of all the new features and bug fixes included in this release. Please see the technical documentation for information on how to upgrade your … Read More

Welcome ArchivesSpace’s new Technical Lead, Laney McGlohon!

December 19, 2016By Christine Di BellaNews No Comments

ArchivesSpace is thrilled to announce that Laney McGlohon will be joining ArchivesSpace as the Technical Lead. Laney is an information scientist, software developer, librarian, and self-described data wrangler with seven years of experience working with special collections and institutional archivists.  She has strong programming skills, experience with archival software including ArchivesSpace and a strong interest … Read More

ArchivesSpace 1.5.2 is out!

December 19, 2016By Christine Di BellaReleases No Comments

The ArchivesSpace team is very pleased to release version 1.5.2! You can download the new release from Github at https://github.com/archivesspace/archivesspace/releases/tag/v1.5.2 This minor release includes bug fixes, performance improvements, and addresses some minor layout issues in the staff interface.  This release includes development work completed by HM as well as pull requests submitted by members of … Read More

ArchivesSpace Monthly Update November 2016

November 3, 2016By Christine Di BellaMonthly Updates No Comments

Development We recently finalized a long-term development partnership agreement with Hudson Molonglo (HM) (http://hudsonmolonglo.com/). This partnership will run for the duration of the fiscal year. HM built version 1.0 of ArchivesSpace and has been responsible for significant code contributions since, including the new container management functionality and location enhancements present in the 1.5.0 release. HM … Read More

ArchivesSpace and Hudson Molonglo (HM) are pleased to announce HM as an ArchivesSpace development partner!

October 14, 2016By AS AdminNews

As part of the strategy to move the ArchivesSpace code development forward more quickly, LYRASIS, the Organizational Home for ArchivesSpace, is pleased to announce a long-term development partnership agreement has been signed with Hudson Molonglo (HM). This partnership will run for the duration of the fiscal year. The primary goal is to allow HM to … Read More

ArchivesSpace Monthly Update October 2016

October 1, 2016By Christine Di BellaMonthly Updates No Comments

Development The prioritization survey closed on September 16. Thanks to all Member Representatives who responded on behalf of their institutions! The Prioritization subteam is analyzing this data and will be using it to complete the development roadmap for the remainder of FY 2016-17. ArchivesSpace is hiring for a Technical Lead. The Technical Lead will be … Read More

ArchivesSpace Monthly Update September 2016

September 3, 2016By Christine Di BellaMonthly Updates No Comments

Member Forum 2016 Thanks to all who participated in the Member Forum. A huge thanks once again to member institution Atlanta University Center for hosting us at their Robert W. Woodruff Library. Big thanks as well to our planning group members and the Atlanta-based LYRASIS staff that provided logistical support. Presentations, notes, and selected recordings … Read More