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"In a nutshell it is an open source platform for working with collections of texts. It harnesses the power of semantic web technologies and delivers them in a simple and intuitive interface so that students, researchers and teachers can share and collaborate around collections of texts. TEXTUS is a project of the Open Knowledge Foundation."
"Is your library thinking about jumping into open source software, but not sure if you have the tools in place to succeed, or where to start? You've come to the right place.
Whether you are looking to decide if open source software is right for your library or need help finding what open source software package meets your needs, this site has the content and the community to help you with those decisions."
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mediatum is an Open-Source software product for large scale image, document and video archiving and retrieval.
Features of mediatum:
* Fast metadata and fulltext indexing and search
* Support for document, video and image file formats (pdf, ps, jpeg, png, tif, swf)
* Decentralised Administration
* Extensible, rule-based, access control
* OAI export
* user and usergroup management
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Recoll is a personal full text search tool for Unix/Linux. It is based on the very strong Xapian back-end, for which it provides a feature-rich yet easy to use front-end with a Qt graphical interface. Recoll is free, open source, and licensed under the GPL.
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mairix is a program for indexing and searching email messages stored in maildir, MH or mbox folders. Some features:
* Indexing is fast. It runs incrementally on new messages - any particular message only gets scanned once in the lifetime of the index file.
* The search mode populates a "virtual" maildir (or MH) folder with symlinks which point to the real messages. This folder can be opened as usual in your mail program. (Note, if messages are in mbox folders, copies are made. Similarly if the virtual folder has mbox format, it is filled with copies of the matched messages.)
* The search mode is very fast.
* Indexing and searching works on the basis of words. The index file tabulates which words occur in which parts (particular headers + body) of which messages.