Making Fedora easier to implement with Fez: A free open source content model and workflow management front-end to Fedora

Kortekaas, Christiaan Gerard (2007). Making Fedora easier to implement with Fez: A free open source content model and workflow management front-end to Fedora. In: Webster, Keith and Bennett, Andrew, Open Repositories 2007, San Antonio, Texas USA, (1-47). 23-26 January, 2007.

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Author Kortekaas, Christiaan Gerard
Title of paper Making Fedora easier to implement with Fez: A free open source content model and workflow management front-end to Fedora
Conference name Open Repositories 2007
Conference location San Antonio, Texas USA
Conference dates 23-26 January, 2007
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Fully published paper
Editor Webster, Keith
Bennett, Andrew
Start page 1
End page 47
Abstract/Summary The University of Queensland, Australia has developed Fez, a world-leading user-interface and management system for Fedora-based institutional repositories, which bridges the gap between a repository and users. Christiaan Kortekaas, Andrew Bennett and Keith Webster will review this open source software that gives institutions the power to create a comprehensive repository solution without the hassle..
Subjects 280100 Information Systems
Keyword Fedora
Fez
digital repositories
repository software
open source repository software
workflow management
Q-Index Code EX

 
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