Welcome to the Access to Memory wiki!
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AtoM stands for Access to Memory. It is a web-based, open source application for standards-based archival description and access in a multilingual, multi-repository environment. See the AtoM homepage for more information.
What you'll find in the wiki
The AtoM wiki is where you'll find our release announcements, roadmaps, development documentation, user lists, and project resources. The wiki is organized as follows:
Links to each section are included below. There's also a search box on the right-hand side of the page.
Still not finding what you're looking for? Why not post a question in our User Forum?
This area of the Access to Memory wiki includes information about our community of users. Example AtoM sites, success stories, lists of public contributions to the AtoM project, and more will be collected in this category.
We will also maintain a section where users can share resources that they have created that other users might find helpful - guides and tutorials, customizations, and more! Have you created any resources you'd like to share? Let us know and we'll add it!
This area of the wiki will capture documentation related to ongoing development of AtoM - feature proposals, developer discussions, modules under development consideration, and more. Developers can discuss the best solutions to issues, and analysts will post design considerations based on their own domain knowledge as well as feedback from the community. When relevant, we will also try to document the evolution of features over time.
Contributions are welcome!
- Development/Accession module
- Development/Contribute code
- Development/Functional testing
In this area of the wiki, we will add answers to commonly asked questions about AtoM - troubleshooting advice, how to configure AtoM in specific ways, where to find resources to help answer your questions, and more.
In this area of the wiki, you will find information about all of our AtoM and ICA-AtoM releases, as well as our roadmap for upcoming development.
We're in the process of cleaning up our issue tracker, so that the roadmap pages in there are more accurate and easy to use. More information:
This area of the wiki contains resources that may be helpful to the AtoM user community, or those considering AtoM for use at their institution. Papers and presentations on AtoM, community-created resources, crosswalks and CSV templates, and more!