imeji is a scientific multimedia data repository with dedicated metadata management. A detailed description as well as an installation guide and contact informations can be found here:
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README.md

imeji - Publish Your Scientific Multimedia Data

The imeji software

imeji creates citable research assets by describing, enriching, sharing, exposing, linking and archiving data.

imeji is an open source software which offers a dedicated metadata management by supporting a non- restrictive metadata schema definition, as simple as liked or as complex as needed.

All objects within the imeji software have a unique identifier and therefore can be referenced in publications or reused in other contexts (dissemination). Large collections can be organized in different albums to focus special items of interest.

imeji is developed by the imeji community under the CDDL-License.

Features and documentation

See the imeji Community wiki

REST API v1

See REST API v1 (imeji Community wiki)

Contact

We are open to everyone who wants to get involved and contribute to the imeji development. To contact the imeji developers, please create a new issue and describe your interest.

Download

Watch Us/Get the community source code on GitHub

You can download this project in either zip or tar formats.
You can also clone the project with Git by running:

$ git clone https://github.com/imeji-community/imeji.git

For further versions of the imeji software you may also check the development by the Max Planck Digital Librar.

Watch Us/Get the imeji code by MPDL on GitHub

The imeji demo version

Try the demo version

History

imeji software originated in March 2012 from the Max Planck Digital Library, the Institute of Art and Visual History of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Konrad Zuse Internet Archive of Freie Universität Berlin