Open Source Development
Open Source Development
Current Projects

Philosophy: By using non-policy driven design and formalized software development procedures we are creating robust modularly designed software for the Open Source Community. We are reinforcing our software development practices using stringent release and testing procedures.

License: All programs are free software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v. 3.0 as published by the Free Software Foundation. All terms within the GNU GPL v. 3.0 license apply without reservation.

Support: For common implementors we offer strong communication regarding project status, release process and design direction which can be found in the project pages. We offer an elevated level of service to Rutgers implementers of our software. This encompasses installation, configuration, troubleshooting and training if requested. Let us know your needs by visiting the project page of the software project in question and submit a request.

Communication: While we cannot extend this full level of support to everyone in the Open Source community we can offer robust communication regarding the development status of our projects. We welcome feature/enhancement requests which will be vetted, bug reports and general inquires. To communicate with us access the appropriate project page below and submit your relevant inquiry.

Current Release Schedule: Below is our software release schedule that will better inform you of future releases.
OpenWMS
Version 3.2
Coming soon!

OpenWMS Last Updated: 4/05/2012

The OpenWMS is a platform-independent, open source, web-accessible system that can be used as a standalone application or integrated with other repository architectures by a wide range of organizations. It provides a complete metadata creation system for analog and digital materials, with services to ingest objects and metadata into a Fedora repository and to export these objects and metadata, individually and in bulk in METS/XML Wrapper. This is a core application to ingest digital objects into the Institutional Fedora Repository (RUcore) developed at the Rutgers University Libraries.

Click Here to Download Latest Version 2.3.1

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OpenETD
Version 1.1.0
Available Now!

OpenETD Last Updated: 5/10/2010

OpenETD is an open source, web-based software application for managing the submission, approval, and distribution of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). OpenETD can be used as either a standalone system, or as a component of an institutional repository and distribution system. It is a core application developed at the Rutgers University Libraries for the Institutional Repository (RUcore) at Rutgers.

Click Here to Download Latest Version 1.1.0

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OpenMIC

Not available

OpenMIC Last Updated: 1/13/2012

The OpenMIC Bibliographic Utility has been integrated into the OpenWMS project. If you are interested in using OpenMIC please visit the OpenWMS project for further information.

Currently no file is ready for downloading.

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OpenWAAND
Version 2.0-beta

OpenWAAND Last Updated: 2/23/2008

OpenWAAND is a platform independent, open source, web-based directory infrastructure. It can be used to describe archival repositories, their primary source materials as collections, those collections' relationships to an individual or organization, along with a description of that individual or organization. Information is separated into three logical units: repositories, collections and entities. OpenWAAND is currently the core application of the Women Artists Archives National Directory (WAAND).

Currently no file is ready for downloading.

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