If you are interested in the legacy Fedora 3, here is its wiki space.
Fedora is a robust, modular, open source repository system for the management and dissemination of digital content. It is especially suited for digital libraries and archives, both for access and preservation. It is also used to provide specialized access to very large and complex digital collections of historic and cultural materials as well as scientific data. Fedora has a worldwide installed user base that includes academic and cultural heritage organizations, universities, research institutions, university libraries, national libraries, and government agencies. The Fedora community is supported by the stewardship of the DuraSpace organization.
Learn About Fedora
- Fedora has been implemented by many organizations around the world
- View release notes for the latest version of Fedora
- Technical specifications
- Follow us on Twitter
- Fedora is stewarded by DuraSpace
- Become a member of DuraSpace to support Fedora
Participate in the Fedora Community
- Join one of the Fedora mailing lists to ask questions and stay up to date, or join us on Fedora Slack
- Learn about Fedora User Groups in your region, or start your own group
- To edit this wiki or create issues in the Fedora JIRA issue tracker, request a DuraSpace ID with access to JIRA
- Contact email@example.com for assistance with problems logging on to or accessing this wiki