Yes. Especially since the conversation is broadening.
Cornell: early stages of implementing a number of systems
U of Alberta: developing Hydra North that was initially going be a "catch-all" repository. But realizing they need a deep storage with minimal access, one ingest path from archives into this dark repository. Going to use Archivematica for ingest. AtoM for CMS
U of Cincinnati: One self-submission repository for faculty/staff IR. Second hydra head to replace number of repositories to support archives, digital collections, visual resources, and university archives and records. Paused because of active development for mediation deposit and Sufia.
Harvard Medicine: put stuff from Luna in blacklight this past summer.
NLM: digitized manuscripts ingested into Fedora 3.8. Not using Hydra yet.
Tufts: implemented ASpace, rebuilding finding aids in Digital Library. Testing Archivematica and looking into Preservica for possible integration. Mapping for testing Fedora 4 migrations, but waiting for F4 to settle down.
Bentley: ASpace-Archivematica-DSpace integration grant done, so finalizing it. Newspaper project that uses Blacklight and Solr (125 years of student newspaper). Next year, move from DSpace and DLXS to Hydra.
Georgia Tech: Working with ArcLight project. Currently implementing ASpace. Thinking about access and discovery and pain points. Not using Hydra currently, but wants to be involved with the community. Looking at hosted Hydra in a Box (migrating from DSpace).
ArcLight update (Wendy and Mike)
Project to create discovery interface for archival information using Blacklight, using metadata from ASpace. As yet unclear whether data exchange is through EAD or directly to ASpace database. Possibly able to pull metadata from different sources (not just archival CMS). Focus is on getting data into Solr schema that drives the blacklight interface.