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Sharon Leon edited this page Jan 20, 2019 · 20 revisions

Omeka S

As many of you know, we at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media have been busy working on the next generation of Omeka, Omeka S.

Omeka S is different from Omeka Classic (aka, the 2.x series) in several respects, both in conception and in technology stack.

The two primary conceptual differences are that 1) it aims to be ‘multisite’, fitting the needs of institutions that need to deploy many Omeka sites from one installation, and 2) it aims to have better interoperability with other systems, such as Fedora, DSpace, and Linked Open Data.

More details about the evolving shape of Omeka S can be found on the "What to expect in Omeka S" page and in the README file.

End User Information

The End User Documentation has its own section on the Omeka S site.

Developer Documentation

See the developer documentation.

Developers will also be interested in browsing the code for Omeka S modules in the modules organization.

Releases

Current packaged releases of Omeka S are available on the releases page.

Technology Stack

The technology stack requirements for Omeka S move to significantly more contemporary practices and technologies.

Requirements

  • Linux
  • Apache
  • MySql 5.5.3+ and the MySQL driver for PDO
  • PHP 5.6+ (the latest stable version preferred) and the PHP extensions for PDO
  • Optional, to create thumbnails: ImageMagick version 6.7.5 or greater, the PHP imagick extension, or the PHP gd extension

Libraries Used

Omeka uses the following libraries, among others:

Modules

Modules are available through the Omeka S add-ons directory.

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