The ReShare Community is a group of libraries, consortia, information organizations, and developers, with both commercial and non-commercial interests, who came together in 2018 to create Project ReShare – an open approach to library resource sharing systems.
The ReShare Community has a bold vision for building a user-centered, app-based, community-owned resource sharing platform for libraries. ReShare members aim to set a new standard for connecting library patrons to the resources and information they seek.
Software produced by Project ReShare will be made available under an Apache 2.0 license and may be used or altered by anyone. Libraries are free to partner with their preferred service providers and are able to influence development in meaningful ways. Project ReShare is made possible by members and partner organizations contributing time, staff, expertise, and funding.
- Bylaws – approved April 20, 2020
- Code of Conduct – approved February 2023
- Community Charter
- Member Memorandum of Understanding and Certified Service Provider Addendum – approved February 2023
- Steering Committee
- Communication Team
- Community Engagement Team
- Development Team
- Product Management Team
- Subject Matter Experts (SME) Team
- Development Governance Task Group