I've recently come across the SharedRecords project. Could you
please answer a couple of questions?
1) Is SharedRecords open-source?
I can't really tell. Also,
- The download doesn't include the source.
- The pages mention developer access to the source code, but
https://www.sharedrecords.org/svn/sra/ only yields a 404.
I do occasionally have difficulties due to a webproxy at my worksplace, though.
2) What software license applies to the SharedRecords project? The
closest I've seen to an answer is a response to that question on:
"The SharedRecords web service is currently freely available for
non-profit uses and can be accessed directly using REST API's.
Both the server code and a java client which does
encryption/decryption and reads/writes barcodes on the client side
before accessing the server is available from the site under Creative
but the UnaMesa webpages/wiki states:
"As with all UnaMesa projects, the output from this research will be
freely accessible for all to use and build upon. We do ask for and
rely upon community support to cover the cost of our operations and
gratefully acknowledge sponsors who contribute funds to support
research and development."