2019-06-04 Dataverse Community Call

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Philip Durbin

Jun 4, 2019, 11:31:08 AM6/4/19
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In case you're wondering, yes, we're having a community call in half an hour. As usual, call in information is at https://dataverse.org/community-calls

There's not much on the agenda so please bring your questions! You can even get a head start by adding your questions now to https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RxLh9ROJZzDCZ27-ojRLvynDt8V8Z6Cs261EyBzbFS4/edit?usp=sharing

See you there!


Philip Durbin

Jun 4, 2019, 12:33:12 PM6/4/19
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Thanks for calling in! Here are the notes.

2019-06-04 Dataverse Community Call


* #dataverse2019
* Community Questions


* Gustavo Durand (IQSS)
* Phil Durbin (IQSS)
* Derek Murphy (IQSS)
* Julian Gautier (IQSS)
* Tania Schlatter (IQSS)
* Jim Myers (QDR)
* Paul Boon (DANS)
* Jamie Jamison (UCLA)


* #dataverse2019 ( https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/dcm2019 )
   * Please join us: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/dataverse-community/OVkvL640SZ8/ftd6046BCQAJ
* Community Questions
* (Paul) Is anyone else using Swift?
   * (Jamie) We're using S3.
   * (Phil) https://github.com/carlosmcgregor has recently contributed some code for Swift, tested in a recent pull request. I saw your issue at https://github.com/IQSS/dataverse/issues/5910 and pinged a Red Hat developer who suggested a work around and pointed out a pull request in a comment. Another option is to use the Dataverse S3 driver but configure it for a non-S3 implementation that implements the S3 API.
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