Falkland CMS =--=
Falkland CMS is a Curation Management System used to collect, organize, curate and present the knowledge that exists in the world about a particular topic.
Anything that can be unambiguously referenced with a unique identifier such as an ISBN/ISSN, DOI (Digital Object Identifier), PURL (Persistent URL) or URL (Uniform Resource Locator) can be curated with Falkland CMS. The curation process consists of adding metadata information about an item that makes it easier to collect, organize, search, present and exhibit.
Items can be physical things: books, magazines, newspapers, documents, papers, consumer products, artifacts, animals, buildings, people, etc. Or items can be digital or abstract: web pages, articles, chapters, images, audio files, video files, web sites, databases, directories, words, concepts, topics, etc.
Falkland CMS can be used to describe relationships among items and can assist in the archiving and preservation of digital items.
Complete documentation is on the Falkland CMS website.
Falkland CMS is pre-alpha and not yet usable. A usable version is expected in 2017, and instructions for getting help will be available then.
Development and Contributing
If you want to contribute to the development, complete documentation on how to proceed is on the Falkland CMS website.
Falkland CMS is distributed under the Mozilla Public License v2.0.
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