We've recently opened the dspace-architecture email list to be
publicly readable. The intention behind this is:
1.) To start being as transparent as possible
2.) To promote more community involvement via this list in the future.
The DSpace 2.0 Architecture group will be seeking the involvement from
members in the community once we have established how and where
community members will be able to contribute. If you are an
individual interested in participating in the development effort, I
recommend that you can join the list as a moderated member to follow
along and participate within the discussion. I caution however, this
list is being moderated initially to assure the discussion stays on
subject and if you are not interested in directly being involved in
the project, that it may be best to just monitor the list archives.