ALCME: Advanced Library Collection Management Environment
The goal of ALCME is to create a set of open-source tools to seamlessly integrate the components needed to build a distributed library collection management system. These tools support such services as repository interfaces, metadata harvesting, and authority control.
This software is available under the OCLC Research Public License. A PDF version of the license is also available. (PDF:130K/3pp.)
- The XTCat OAI repository is operational with a complete set of theses and dissertations extracted from OCLC's WorldCat database.
- The OAICat OAI protocol web appliation is available for download and evaluation.
- OAIHarvester and OAICat conform to the OAI-PMH 2.0 standard specification and are available for CVS access.
|30-31 May, 1 June 2002||The Fifth International Symposium On Electronic Theses and Dissertations|
|19 September 2001||OAI Provider Workshop|
|14 August 2001||OAIHarvester now handles 503 retry-after headers properly|
|24-28 June 2001||JCDL Panel Discussion: The Open Archives Initiative: Perspectives on Metadata Harvesting|
|15 March 2001||NDLTD Authority Linking Proposal published|
|26 February 2001||ALCME Presentation at the OAI Open Day for Europe|
|9-10 January 2001||ETD Standards Meeting|
|October 2000||ALCME project started|