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A Brief History of EPrints

The EPrints project was created by Professor Stevan Harnad.


December 18 2006 
GNU EPrints 3.0 RC-1 released.
December 5 2006 
GNU EPrints 3.0 Beta-3 released.
November 14 2006 
GNU EPrints 3.0 Beta-2 released.
October 26 2006 
GNU EPrints 3.0 Beta-1 released.
July 25 2005 
GNU EPrints 2.3.13 released.
May 24 2005 
GNU EPrints 2.3.12 released.
March 8 2005 
GNU EPrints 2.3.11 released.
March 2 2005 
GNU EPrints 2.3.10 released.
February 17 2005 
GNU EPrints 2.3.9 released.
February 16 2005 
GNU EPrints 2.3.8 released.
November 25 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.7 released.
August 9 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.6 released.
August 6 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.5 released.
July 6 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.4 released.
March 4 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.3 released.
February 25 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.2 released.
February 5 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.1 released.
January 12 2004 
GNU EPrints 2.3.0 released.
October 31 2002 
GNU EPrints 2.2 (Pumpkin) released. Added subject editors and GDOME support.
July 4 2002 
GNU EPrints 2.1 (Pineapple) released. Added subscriptions and OAI 2.0 support.
July 1 2002 
EPrints offically joins GNU Project.
Apr 17 2002 
EPrints 2.0.1 (Tuna) released. Mostly bugfixes.
Feb 14 2002 
EPrints 2.0 (Olive) released.
Jan 2002 
EPrints 2 Alpha-2 (Pepperoni) released.
August 2001 
EPrints 2 Alpha-1 (Anchovy) released.
June 2001 
Mike Jewell joins EPrints, working primarily on installer software
January 2001 
EPrints 1.1 released, contains OAI 1.0 support

Work begins on EPrints 2

November 2000 
EPrints 1.0 released, contains OAI 0.2 support

Rob Tansley leaves the EPrints Project Christopher Gutteridge joins the EPrints Project

September 2000 
EPrints beta-2 released
June 2000 
EPrints beta-1 released

Cogprints archive created. http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk/

April 2000 
Rob Tansley begins work on EPrints
October 1999 
A turnkey repository platform promised by Stevan Harnad & Les Carr at initial OAI (UPS) meeting in Santa Fe.

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