DROID (Digital Record Object Identification) is a software tool to perform automated batch identification of file formats. It is designed to meet the fundamental requirement of any digital repository to be able to identify the precise format of all stored digital objects, and to link that identification to a central registry of technical information about that format and its dependencies. It uses internal and external signatures to identify and report the specific file format versions of digital files. These signatures are stored in an XML signature file, generated from information recorded in the PRONOM technical registry. New and updated signatures are regularly added to PRONOM, and DROID can be configured to automatically download updated signature files from the PRONOM Web site via Web services.
Apache Jackrabbit is a fully conforming implementation of the Content Repository for Java Technology API (JCR). A content repository is a hierarchical content store with support for structured and unstructured content, full text searching, versioning, transactions, observation, and more. Typical applications that use content repositories include content management, document management, and records management systems.
KTML is a browser-based WYSIWYG HTML editor that facilitates easy content formatting using its advanced table and image manipulation features. Unlike other online editors, it supports most platforms and configurations, providing users with advanced text and paragraph formatting capabilities as well as CSS support and easy HTML tag selection. It also features advanced image manipulation, an effective spell checking module, and a Server Behavior for Dreamweaver MX.
LibreSource is a versatile collaborative platform and software forge. It is adapted to the collaborative software development, groupware, community leading, e-archiving and Web publishing. On a single server, LibreSource can host several projects, several groups of users, and grant fine-grained access to the resources. Based on Java/J2EE technology, it is a modular Web server that users can customize online by combining resources and rights: wiki pages, forum, trackers, synchronizer, subversion, files, download areas, a dropbox, forms, etc.
Paper Harbour is a professional multi-user document management system. It provides a solution for organizing and storing project, product, and company documentation. It is designed for use by non-technical users and is format-independent. It provides support for change/version control, document distribution, document security, and reviews. Documents can be stored, tracked, and accessed over the Internet or an intranet.
Dove is an application that facilitates the distribution of documents to a variety of destination types such as email, local files, FTP, FTPS, SFTP, TFTP, Samba servers, Windows network shared drives, and WebDAV servers. Being an abstraction layer over previously enumerated protocols, it allows sending of documents to email or to a WebDAV server with equal ease.