xDams, our technological platform (www.xdams.org), has already a big community from 2012, when it has been relased under an open source licence. Many archives were born, supported by regesta (company which has developed xDams) or using by itself the downloadable software, little organizations but bigger ones too, as
- ANCI, National Association of City Public Administrations (http://archiviostoricoanci.centrodocumentazionecomuni.it )
- GNAM The National Modern Art Gallery of Rome (http://www.gnam.beniculturali.it/ )
- State Central Archive (http://search.acs.beniculturali.it/OpacACS/ )
- CDEC, Jewish Contemporary Documentation Center (http://digital-library.cdec.it/)
Now on http://xdams.org there are more than 300 subscribers on portal, many users have a free account and the software has b
een downloaded more than 3100 times. The italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage has signed and agreement with regesta in order to favour digital catologuing.