Initial release of the MINT platform, mint-athena


MINT facilitates the aggregation of rich and divergent cultural heritage metadata. It is employed from the first steps of such workflows, corresponding to the ingestion, mapping and aggregation of metadata records, and proceeds to implement a variety of remediation approaches for the resulting repository. For more information about mint services, please visit

mint-athena is based on the platform deployed for the ATHENA best practice network, currently serving 5 million metadata records from more than 130 organisations. mint-athena is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License.

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