The VIVO Wiki has moved to DuraSpace
Please do not make changes here. The VIVO Wiki has moved to https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVO
This site will be kept temporarily as a reference, and then discarded. Any changes made after December 8, 2012 will not be saved.
VIVO 1.5.1 Release Announcement 10/15/2012
VIVO 1.5 Release Announcement 07/12/2012
VIVO 1.4 Release Announcement 12/20/2011
Downloads are on Sourceforge
VIVO multi-institutional search
The vivosearch.org site is a prototype demonstrating search across 7 VIVO sites plus Harvard Profiles.
Please visit the VIVO search wiki page for more about the features of this prototype and plans being developed with DuraSpace to sustain VIVO and explore offering multi-institutional search of VIVO data as a service.
Weekly Development Calls
- Development Calls -- Thursdays at 1 pm eastern standard time, open to all
- Eastern standard time is GMT-5: Convert to your time
The most important function of using a wiki for VIVO Software is to provide information for everyone to participate. You will need a SourceForge account with editor permissions to contribute to the wiki. To gain these permissions, create a SourceForge account, then please send an email to the vivo-dev-all mailing list or ask someone in the IRC channel for those permissions.
Please use the wiki navigation panel to the left to explore important elements of the VIVO project.
For a list of solutions to common problems, visit the Problems and Solutions page.
For answers to frequently asked questions, consult the VIVO FAQs page.
We have opened up development of VIVO to all who wish to participate. We encourage anyone who interested in participating in the project to join. You may want to start with by getting in touch using one of the methods shown above and asking the team where help is needed. There's more information on our Getting Involved in Development section.
The following pages point to working documents used by developers to review candidate features and tasks for upcoming releases. They will change, sometimes radically, as development moves from the planning to the execution and testing phases.
Once you have an account, you may contribute to the development of the VIVO source and/or the plugins in the Code section. Remember, VIVO needs you to contribute!
In addition, a number of tools have been developed to work with VIVO data:
Development overviews, mini-grant projects, and plans
Overview documents, poster presentations, and powerpoints
Connections to related projects
Guides for developers
- Trunk, Branches and Tags
- Ant Build Commands for VIVO and VITRO
- Re-using VIVO data in other websites
- Extras and Contributions
- Workshops & Tutorials#2012