D-SPACE AND GREENSTONE: COMPARATIVE STUDY & USAGE IN Open DOAR (Directory of open Access Repositories)

Abstract:  Open source software is a powerful ally for information dissemination. It helps to extend liberal traditions of information access. There are various open source software’s available on web with diverse range of features and capabilities and are used by different Institutional, Disciplinary, Aggregating and Governmental Repositories. Greenstone, D-Space is widely used open source software systems, and prospective users sometimes wonder which one to adopt. In fact, the aims of these are very different, although their domains of application do overlap. The paper describes the comparative study of prominently used open source software’s & their usage in Open DOAR (Directory of open access repositories)

DCAT Update: Collaborating on New DSpace Features | DuraSpace

 

DCAT Update: Collaborating on New DSpace Features | DuraSpace

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"The success of any open-source project lies with the community contributing its collective energy, knowledge, enthusiasm, and effort. In the DSpace community valuable contributions come not just from our numerous volunteer developers and committers, but also a group known as the DSpace Community Advisory Team or DCAT. The primary goals of DCAT are to help review and facilitate community discussions about new feature requests and to provide support to the DSpace committer group in producing software releases…."