hydrus - a Hydra application enabling deposit of digital objects into the Stanford Digital Repository for preservation and access

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A Hydra application enabling deposit of digital objects into the Stanford Digital Repository for preservation and access. Run remediations the objects in the deployed environment require changes to be consistent with the new code.

http://sdr.stanford.edu
https://github.com/sul-dlss/hydrus

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