Leeber is a resource cataloging application. It can be used to catalog any resource identifiable by a URI, meaning it can be used to catalog anything, however it is typically used to catalog web-based resources. Leeber has two interfaces, one for those creating the catalog, and one for those using it. Currently, the interface for catalog creators is simplistic and limited in functionality. The interface for users, however, is more complete, featuring a "web portal" style interface intended to make it easy for users to quickly find very specific subsets of cataloged resources. See edreform.net for an example of an active set of Leeber portals.
Leeber is implemented in Java. The cataloging information, or metadata, is stored as RDF/XML.
Leeber is the successor to Liber.
To download Leeber, visit the sourceforge project page for Leeber.Brandt Kurowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>