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The timetable below is indicative only and shows how the first versions of Hydra, intended for use by the partners - not for public release - are developing. The public alpha release of
Hydrangea, an installable package that bundles the complete Hydra stack together, is intended for demonstration at the OR10 conference in July 2010.
June: OR11 in Austin, Texas
March: (Tentative) LibDevConX 2 at Stanford
January: (Tentative) Hydrangea Release Candidate
- Extensive effort to finalise and stabilise detail of Hydra/ngea modelling (in all senses: content types, cModels, Ruby models)
- Hydra camp and Hydra meeting at Stanford following DLF conference
- Hydra/ngea presentation at DLF in Palo Alto
October: Hydra camp held in Minneapolis by MediaShelf and Stanford
August: Hydra meeting at Stanford
July: OR10 conference in Madrid, Spain
- Alpha release and demonstration of
Hydrangea (Actually, August
March 23-25: LibDevConX meeting at Stanford.
First community meeting around Hydra; demonstrations of work so far; start of possible community contributions.
January: work starts to implement AuthN and AuthZ
- Proof-of-concept demonstration site available for search and discovery interface
This is Hull's take on what Hydra might look like for its institutional users; the eventual interface provided 'out-of-the-box' will be configurable in a fairly straightforward fashion.
- ETD production system goes live at Stanford
- Work on SALT (Self-archiving legacy toolkit) Hydra head starts at Stanford
- Revised thinking on content models published
- FESL released to partners; preliminary testing with Islandora team at UPEI
- 18-21 May: OR09 conference: presentations about Hydra; meeting with FESL developers to specify Hydra's needs
- public launch of this wiki space including first ideas about content modelling
- Blacklight available for testing with Hydra objects in partners
- A 'pre-alpha' demonstrator is up and running
which shows proof-of-concept for the proposed Hydra technology stack.
- Specification of core Hydra client
- Set of design mock-up pages complete
September: Formation of Hydra group.