For your first criterion, did you really mean to say that you need
software that is NOT open source? That is, you must have closed-source
software? I'm especially confused because wikis and CMSes often run on
open-source software. --Kevin
On 2/4/17 6:47 PM, Alexis Adkins wrote:
> **apologies for cross-posting**
> Hi all,
> I’m looking for software suggestions for a project to track horse
> pedigrees. Criteria: 1) Not open source; 2) Can have photographs of
> horse with its entry; 3) Easy to navigate user interface that is
> ideally aesthetically pleasing; 4) Compatible with Mac.
> Most horse pedigrees online seem to be built with simple database
> software and don’t include photos. We are thinking a wiki, or CMS
> like Omeka, but perhaps genealogy software would suit our needs?
> Thanks in advance!
> Alexis Adkins Archivist Special Collections and Archives University
> Library California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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