You could check out Open Collection too:

My Digital Libraries class at UT chose it (over Greenstone, DSpace, and Fedora) to create a digital collection last semester.  It is newer but they are actively developing it, fixing bugs, etc.

Jade Anderson
Information Architect
University of Texas Libraries
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From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Nicole Engard
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Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Open Source Institutional Repository Software?

I just learned about Alfresco yesterday: was this one that you decided
against - or is it new to you?


Nicole C. Engard
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On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 4:25 PM, Edward M. Corrado <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've been investigating possible solutions for the beginnings of a
> repository of electronic documents [1]. At this point, we have no budget, so
> I am only looking at Open Source options. I've identified a number of
> options that may meet our needs that are either advertised as institutional
> repository software or digital library software. Basically what I am wonder
> is am I missing some OSS programs that in these categories that might work
> for us. Software that I have identified so far that looks promising are:
> DSpace:
> Fedora:
> E-prints:
> Greenstone: www.*greenstone*.org/
> Kete:
> Rescarta:
> I have identified some others, but rejected them because they were either
> experimental or appear not to be in current development. At this point we
> haven't really narrowed down our focus, so almost any digital library or
> institutional repository program would be under consideration, providing it
> is 1) somewhat fully developed (again, no budget), 2) somewhat easy to use
> and install, 3) has some level of user base, and 4) is actively being
> maintained. Does anyone have any suggestions for other software to
> investigate
> Edward
> [1] I'm not going to call this an institutional repository, because what I
> am envision is more of a hybrid of a digital library and institutional
> repository. I'd be less vague, but I only have a vague idea of what we want.