In October and November we ran our annual Vernon CMS user group meetings. For the first meeting we used the excellent conference room facilities at the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart. We had 22 attendees from sites across Australia.
The Museum Old and New Art, or Mona as we like to call it, is a private museum showcasing the collection of David Walsh.
Read about our work with Sarjeant Gallery’s collection. Features include exploring the collection by colour and image orientation, automated subject tagging using Google Vision API, and some computer generated natural language text .
October will be a busy month for Vernon Systems staff. We’re releasing version 11 of Vernon CMS later in the month. Paul and Leisa will be showing this off in Hobart at our annual Australian user group meeting. Paul, Kate and Cherry then head to Christchurch for our South Island user group meeting.
We’re excited to release Awesome Adzebill, version 11.0 of Vernon CMS. Awesome Adzebill includes a new Activity file for managing Deaccessions, Version 1.0 of our web services programming interface, light exposure tracking, new fields in the Object and Person files, and a number of enhancements and changes to existing functionality.