Onapos is a simple, extensible collections manager that lets you create any kind of collection easily and quickly: books, movies, magazines, you name it. It is pretty simple to pick up and use out of the box, but getting the most out of it requires some hacking.
|Tags||collections Home organisation organization manager collections manager|
|Operating Systems||Java Runtime Environment Java Virtual Machine Linux Windows Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where the collections list was becoming corrupted under certain circumstances, a bug where collections were not being loaded properly, and a bug involving the add item panel growing. It will auto-save all collections on exit. The default collections location has been moved from /usr/share/onapos/collections to $HOME/.onapos/collections. This release removes the prompt to save immediately after creating a new collection. It is still tagged alpha because there are a number of crucial features still missing.
Release Notes: The 'new collection' menu option now produces a proper UI that allows you to create a new custom collection format. A few bugs have been fixed and numerous others have been introduced.
Release Notes: This is the first official 'working' version. It is very alpha, but it will store, create, and modify collections and has no known bugs. It's not pretty, and there are still missing functions, but it should be ready to use in a test environment. This release has not been tested on Windows or Mac OS X.