Common Tools, Software Repository and Market Place

Allowing central access to preservation software modules or services that have been designed and developed in regional and EU funded projects it is necessary to move from heterogeneous, chaotic and unmanaged storage strategies to a common well managed and structured repository that holds the software modules or pointers to external repositories such as Sourceforge.

We will adopt a repository system within which can be deposited the source code, service modules and executables together with the required documentation about requirements that have been addressed, application and user guides, prototypical implementation examples, and metadata sets that allows one to find and retrieve the stored information as well as the licensing and contact details about their originators. The software modules themselves may be stored, or simply references to other repositories.

We believe that we will not need to implement new repository software, although some customisation may be necessary. A repository will be adopted so that partners can deposit software or references to software.

-- KirnnKaur - 2012-04-10

Topic revision: r1 - 2012-04-10 - KirnnKaur
 
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