Packages

ArchivesSpace is an open source, web application for managing archives information. The application is designed to support core functions in archives administration such as accessioning; description and arrangement of processed materials including analog, hybrid, and born-digital content; management of authorities (agents and subjects) and rights; and reference service.

veraPDF is a purpose-built, open source, file-format validator covering all PDF/A parts and conformance levels. veraPDF is designed to meet the needs of digital preservationists and is supported by the PDF software developer community.

ePADD is a software package developed by Stanford University's Special Collections & University Archives that supports archival processes around the appraisal, ingest, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.

The software is comprised of four modules:

CollectiveAccess is a highly configurable cataloguing tool and web-based application for museums, archives and digital collections.

OpenRoom provides a simple online interface for managing and reserving rooms.

Binder is an open source digital repository management application, designed
to meet the needs and complex digital preservation requirements of museum
collections. Binder was created by
Artefactual Systems and the
Museum of Modern Art.

CollectionSpace is an open-source collections management application that meets the needs of museums, historical societies, and other collection-holding organizations. CollectionSpace is designed to be configurable to each organization’s needs, serving as a gateway to digital and physical assets across an institution.

FixityBerry is software that runs on a Raspberry Pi computer that runs fixity scans on all hard drives connected via USB. The Pi is able to read a wide variety of drive formats because packages are available for Linux for doing this. It sends an email once scanning is complete, and shuts down the device.

BitCurator uses open source digital forensics tools to help collecting institutions manage born-digital materials. The BitCurator environment includes forensics and data analysis software to simplify the processing of digital collections:

pycounter makes working with COUNTER usage statistics in Python easy, including fetching statistics with NISO SUSHI.

Developed by the Health Sciences Library System of the University of Pittsburgh to support importing usage data into our in-house Electronic Resources Management (ERM) system.

Licensed under the MIT license. See the file LICENSE for details.

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