Laurent Guillo has been working on the restructuring of the CMBV’s research database since 2019.
It will merge around 80 databases (of works, sources, events & people) produced by the JLB-NET tool into a single database using MySQL (approx. 85 000 notes).
New enriched databases are also being created using OMEKA-S to publish documents of interest to musicians and researchers (librettos, scores, images, archives, costumes, etc.)
Other major projects are being considered, e.g. switching the BIBLIO database to PMB, and a new research interface for the MUSEFREM website.
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