End User Apps: Simple Interfaces to Complete Solutions
These are end-user facing solutions that address a specific use case or range of use cases.
- How to Participate
- Types of Developers and Skills
- Useful Documentation
- Best Practices
- Challenge Areas and Hot Topics
This registry includes known community-developed software designed as complete solutions that work with recent releases of the Fedora Commons Repository Software (2.2.x and 3.x).
Know of anything that's not listed? Please add it below! And don't hesitate to add a project that is just getting started; it is good for the community to know what each other is working on.
Title and Link
The unique name of the software or project, linked to a URL providing more information.
Released or Unreleased
Fedora 2.2.x or Fedora 3.x
Individual and/or Organization
|Cirilo||A Java application for content preservation and data curation in Fedora repositories including pre-defined content models|
|Fedora 3.x||Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities|
SURFfoundation / University of Twente
An eResearch environment developed specifically for use by scientific and scholarly communities.
Matthias Razum, FIZ Karlsruhe
A Python FUSE model that allows you to mount a Fedora repository as a file system
Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Emory University Libraries
A web interface for Fedora that allows you to configure, publish or archive documents of any type, sustainably.
Christiaan Kortekaas, University of Queensland
Fedora Learning Object Repository Interface is a web front-end for Fedora, specialized in managing learning objects and their metadata.
Thijs Schnitger, Func. Internet Integration
Reference Example of a Hydra Head
Universities of Hull, Stanford, and Virginia
A Drupal module that allows users to view and manage objects stored in Fedora
Paul Pound, UPEI Robertson Library
A web front-end for Fedora focusing on flexible access control
Fedora 2.2.x, Fedora 3.x
Nishen Naidoo, Macquarie Univsersity
A web interface providing search and browse for a FedoraCommons and Solr powered archive
Ben O'Steen, Oxford
An OAIS-compliant, service-oriented digital repository system designed to preserve government authentic digital objects.
Luis Faria, Portuguese National Archives
A front end to Fedora commons repository that uses Solr to handle all browsing, searching, and security.
Fedora 2.2.x, Fedora 3.x
Australian Digital Futures Institute, University of Southern Queensland
Wikidora extends JSPWiki by replacing the persistence layer with a digital object repository, in this case Fedora.
University of Applied Science Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
Public interface for finding objects and private interface for editing digital objects and content models. Knowledge management system, document manager and bibliographic records manager.
PCP Informática, Soft y Consultoría, S.L., Salamanca, Spain.
Provides a rich, faceted search, browse and view application for repository content
How to Participate
Feel free to add any Mailing lists, blogs, regular calls, IRC channels, etc. used by people working on this type of project.
Types of Developers & Skills
What type of developers work on projects like this? What skills do they usually draw on?
Where can you find useful documentation for working on this type of project?
_Does it irk you when people keep doing things the "wrong" way? Document the best practices here and they'll (hopefully) learn!_Challenge Areas & Hot Topics
Challenge Areas and Hot Topics
What challenges and roadblocks so people hit when working on these types of projects? What topics and ideas do they get really excited about?