DSpace is a digital asset management system that enables services for access, provision, stewardship, and reuse of digital assets with a focus on educational and research materials. It provides mechanisms for handling multiple policies and practices for redistribution, and supports a range of metadata types for digital formats.
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Release Notes: This release adds a Bulgarian translation. It increases the default upload limit to the maximum allowed by cocoon. There are assorted bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds more Curation Tools/Plugins, a configurable Reviewer Workflow, SWORD Client, and Server modules, richer RSS feeds, reordering of bitstreams, virus checking, the ability to withdraw/reinstate/delete content in bulk, and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: An Oracle database bug when performing EPerson Admin tasks, a caching issue in the "Recent Submissions" listing for XMLUI, and an error message in the DSpace CommandLine launcher were fixed.
Release Notes: New features include the Mirage XMLUI Theme, a faceted browse/search interface for XMLUI, backup/restore of DSpace using a generic METS-based structure, a curation administration user interface, PowerPoint text extraction, improved Google Scholar indexing on metadata and PDF content, and improved performance and scalability of DSpace. Oracle database support and a number of SWORD-related bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Numerous enhancements, including enhanced statistics, an embargo feature, batch metadata editing, authority control, delegated administration, OpenSearch, a command launcher, OAI-PMH harvesting of items from remote repositories, configurable OAI-PMH Dublin Core output, If-Modified-Since / Last-Modified header support in XMLUI, improved logging, batch imports and exports from zip files, and the ability to set legal jurisdiction in creative commons licensing.