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It's still not a turn-key operation, but there are groups that seem to
be running the server independently. Discussion of how to do so has
periodically taken place on zotero-dev
(http://groups.google.com/group/zotero-dev) -- take a look at the list
archives for more info.
> So, currently the only features that involve data on US servers have
> to do with syncing, which is a cool feature, but when you start to
> think about what it would look like to try and federate Zotero stuff
> out to some other hub in Canada it becomes really complicated. There
> may well be options here, but as I see it these are some of the
> hurdles in the way here.
Federated servers were mentioned, perhaps not by CHNM folks, way back
when the server code was first released. This is a very interesting
idea, but my personal opinion is that it's hard enough to do right
that it's unlikely to happen unless another institutional sponsor
steps up with funds and/or developers. The latter is probably the most