Witten, I.H., McNab, R.J., Boddie, S.J. & Bainbridge, D. (2000). Greenstone: A comprehensive open-source digital library software system. In Proceedings of the Fifth ACM Conference on Digital libraries, 02-07 June 2000, San Antonio, Texas (pp. 113-121). New York: ACM.
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This paper describes the Greenstone digital library software, a comprehensive, open-source system for the construction and presentation of information collections. Collections built with Greenstone offer effective full-text searching and metadata-based browsing facilities that are attractive and easy to use. Moreover, they are easily maintainable and can be augmented and rebuilt entirely automatically. The system is extensible: software "plugins" accommodate different document and metadata types.
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