Cristina Pattuelli, from the Pratt Institute and Farris Wahbeh, Whitney Museum of American Art, have concluded for the prestigious Institute of Brooklyn in New York the first course of Art Documentation supported by xDams Open Source.
It was an important experience for our team in a new international experience which allowed to release version 3.0.0 “babylon”, configured with a version of the historical archive, EAD compliant, in English. Many thanks to Cristina and Farris, but also to to Alexandra Provo, precious supporter in this project.
It has been tested also the museum standard description “LIDO”, the configuration of which will soon be released into the open source package. Students of the Pratt Institute have managed the platform, via web, through the service provided by the server farm in Rome, supported by the technical and scientific team of regesta.exe.
Please find here the final documentation about the project.