Library Explores Ways to Release Open Source Software

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Library Explores Ways to Release Open Source Software

Postby kamrananvaar » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:26 pm

In the spirit of transparency and community, the Library of Congress has established an internal process to create open source software. This will make it easier for software developers and sponsors within the Library to produce software that can be freely redistributed to users worldwide.

"The overall effect will be to clarify and streamline the process for releasing software as open source," said Michelle Springer, a digital initiatives project manager at the Library, "allowing the Library and its partners to more fully participate in the open source development community."

The Library has been especially active in developing tools that support digital preservation processes, including the secure transfer of digital files. This includes the release of a full suite of digital content transfer tools that support the Bagit specification.
http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/news ... ource.html
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