I would definitely nominate the Qubit Toolkit and the PKP software suite as candidates for this list:
Qubit is somewhat nascent, but is actively being developed and is fairly well-supported (by the ICA, UNESCO, LAC, among others), and the PKP suite (most known for Open Journal Systems) is very well-established in the academic library world internationally.
Roughly, I'd say that Qubit fits under "archival record manager/editor" (similar to Archon) and the PKP OAI harvester in particular fits somewhere under "discovery system" or similar (as an OAI aggregator).
On 2009-12-21, at 12:49 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
> I am in the process of creating YAOSS4LL (Yet Another Open Source Software For Libraries List), and I'm hoping to garner the expertise of our communities.
> More specifically, I would like to create a (more or less) comprehensive list of library-related open source software in the following areas:
> * content management systems (CMS)
> * "discovery systems"
> * electronic resource management (ERM)
> * institutional repositories (IR)
> * integrated library systems (ILS)
> * resource sharing/interlibrary loan (ILL)
> Unfortunately, I am being challenged when it comes to ERMs and resource sharing/ILL applications. The other areas seem well-developed. You can see what I've done so far at the following (temporary) link:
> Do you have any suggestions or additions? Is your (favorite) library-related OSS application missing from my list?
> Eric (Lease) Morgan