Congratulations!  I am sure it must be a great feeling to have reached  
this milestone, and I look forward to downloading it and checking out  
the new features as we go through the planning process.  In  
particular, I am keen to see how the assessment module operates, since  
it is an interest of mine relating to my sabbatical project regarding  
electronic records.



On Oct 1, 2009, at 12:44 AM, Westbrook, Bradley wrote:

> [Apologies in advance for duplicate receipts.]
> Dear AT users and other interested folks,
> The AT Project Team is very pleased to announce the public release  
> of version 2.0 of the Archivists’ ToolkitTM (AT), an open source  
> collection management / metadata authority application funded by the  
> Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.  This release includes new features and  
> supersedes version 1.5.9 released this past May.
> New features added to AT 2.0
> ·         Revised Digital Object module, so that Digital Object  
> records can be created and managed independent of Resource records.
> ·         Tab delimited Digital Object import
> ·         Batch export of Digital Objects
> ·         Assessment module
> ·         New reports for Digital Object and Assessment modules
> ·         Revision of all other reports (Names, Subjects,  
> Accessions, Resources)
> ·         Improved stylesheets for EAD to PDF and EAD to HTML outputs
> ·         Bug fixes as noted in release notes
> AT 2.0 can be downloaded at: 
> .
> Source code and java docs are available on the AT website at: 
> .
> The sandbox for version 2.0 is available using the connection  
> settings below:
> Connection URL:      jdbc:mysql:// 
> User Name:                atuser
> Password:                   cr4ckA1t
> Logon names and passwords are the same as they were for previous  
> sandbox versions. The usernames are “superuser,” repmanager,”  
> “projmanager,” “advdataentry,” and “begdataentry.” In all cases,  
> “at” is the password.
> All bug descriptions and actions for the duration of the AT project  
> and for all released versions can be viewed at: 
> .  AT users can report new bugs and request improvements to the  
> application via the same tool or, preferably, by using the bug  
> reporting function within the AT application.
> Thank you for your continuing interest and support,
> Brad Westbrook , AT Project Manager
> Brian Hoffman
> Arwen Hutt
> Rachel Onuf
> Annie Ross
> Sibyl Schaefer
> Nathan Stevens
> Jason Varghese