CollectiveAccess is comprised of two main components: Providence and Pawtucket.
Providence is the core cataloguing application of CollectiveAccess, also know as the "back-end," where data, media and metadata is input, edited and managed. Pawtucket is the optional public web-access or "front-end" tool for publication and discovery. If you are starting out with CollectiveAccess, your first download should be Providence, either from this page or directly from our GitHub repository.
Providence — core cataloguing application
Current Version: 1.5
Pawtucket — public web-access application
Current Version: 1.4
Download is a 36mb Tar-GZip'ed (tgz) file with an MD5 signature of ee5379a7dec7e2007ebbd5b6ca201eaa
The 1.4 version of Pawtucket is NOT
compatible with version 1.5 of Providence. We will have a 1.5 release soon. In the meantime use the Pawtucket "develop" branch on Github
or the still-in-development Pawtucket2 code