ArchivesSpace 3.3.1 is now available. This patch release fixes a bug when using default values that was introduced by 3.3.0 and adds some missing labels. People who haven’t already upgraded to 3.3.0 should go directly to this release when they do upgrade, and we recommend upgrading to 3.3.1 if you have already upgraded to 3.3.0 and use or plan to use default values for record creation.

More information about what’s in the release and the link to download it are at Information on upgrading to a new version of ArchivesSpace is available at

If you have questions or need any assistance, please let us know. A special thanks to our Registered Service Providers Atlas Systems for identifying the default values issue and LYRASIS Digital Technology Services for the quick submission of a fix to it.

ArchivesSpace is announcing the availability of v3.3.0.

This release includes many small bug fixes and feature enhancements, including some enhancements to spawning from accessions and an option for logged in users to change their own passwords. As part of the spawning improvements, the plugin Hudson Molonglo developed for The New School Archives and Special Collections to link accessions to archival objects has been incorporated into the core code of ArchivesSpace.

Thanks to all of the community members who contributed code for this release: Andrew Morrison, Corey Schmidt, Greg Wiedeman, Jacob Shelby, James Bullen, Jason Jordan, Joshua Shaw, Lora Woodford, Mark Triggs, and Michael Glanznig. As always, program team members Brian Hoffman, Don Smith, and Mark Cooper, as well as contractors Manny Rodriguez, Brian Zelip, and Don Richards, wrote and/or reviewed substantial code for the release. Thanks also to our community groups, especially the Testing sub-team, for their efforts.

Information on upgrading to a new version of ArchivesSpace is available at

This is the release from the roadmap that was originally projected for May. Due to staffing changes we are currently putting together the updated roadmap and projections for releases for the rest of 2022 and calendar year 2023. More information will be available soon.

Thanks as always for your support. If you have questions or need any assistance in upgrading, email

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