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The Open Local Information Directory (OLID) project is a platform targeted at public library and local government use cases. It is a platform for any organisation wishing to collate, manage and share civic information and then publish/share/search that information in a spatially enabled way.

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RT is an enterprise-grade issue tracking system. It allows organizations to keep track of what needs to get done, who is working on which tasks, what's already been done, and when tasks were (or weren't) completed.

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FreERMS is an Electronic Resource Management System loosely based on recommendations in the Report of the Digital Library Federation ERM Initiative, and written in PHP using the symfony framework.

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MediaWiki is a popular free web-based wiki software application. Developed by the Wikimedia Foundation, it is used to run all of its projects, including Wikipedia, Wiktionary and Wikinews. Numerous other wikis around the world also use it to power their websites. It is written in the PHP programming language and uses a backend database.

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Syrup is a electronic reserves system that was developed as part of Project Conifer's Evergreen implementation.

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TemaTres is a Web tool to manage formal and linguistic representations of knowledge open source vocabulary server for manage controlled vocabularies, taxonomies and thesaurus.

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Funding bodies increasingly require their grant-holders to produce and maintain Data Management Plans (DMPs), both at the bid-preparation stage and after funding has been secured.

DMP Online has been developed by the Digital Curation Centre to enable you to build and edit DMPs according to the requirements stipulated by the major UK funders.

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Fedora (Flexible Extensible Digital Object Repository Architecture) was originally developed by researchers at Cornell University as an architecture for storing, managing, and accessing digital content in the form of digital objects inspired by the Kahn and Wilensky Framework.

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