- Getting Started
Getty Conservation Institute & World Monuments Fund hold first Arches community meeting in Los Angeles
Website launched, community forum made public, & source code released publicly
Arches is established online in the form of a website, forum, & accessible repository.
Arches project shares early development approach and receives feedback
Arches Version 1 released
Arches accepted into Google Summer of Code
In this open-source software coding program, students were given the opportunity to contribute code for Arches (thanks to support from Google).
Arches Version 2 released
New features in this version include: updates to Arches package management & streamlined database schema.
City of Los Angeles launches HistoricPlacesLA
Arches Version 3 released
New features in this version include: a new Reference Data Manager, graph view of related resources, improved installation process, node level security & numerous other new features and updates.
Work on Arches for Science platform begins
Historic England and City of Lincoln join strategic partnership with GCI for Arches in UK
Partnership formed to support Arches implementations for the City of Lincoln & Greater London as well as Arches for HERs software package.
Arches Version 4 released
Arches Resource Model (ARM) working group first convenes
This group focuses on establishing standard modeling patterns in Arches & peer reviewing community contributions to the Arches package library.
Arches technical training held in Swindon, UK
This event, with attendees from UK, the Philippines, Nepal, Canada & the US, guided developers in customizing and extending the core functionality of Arches Version 4.
First Arches regional User Group convenes in the U.K
User group in the U.K. becomes space for those implementing Arches to share experiences, expertise, and combine efforts.
Arches Collector released
This mobile data collection companion app for Arches facilitates data collection and editing in the field, including images.
Arches Version 5 released
First Arches Developer virtual meetup is hosted by Farallon Geographics
Attendees discussed software development & code review for developers who want to be part of the Arches open-source software contribution process.
Work begins on a new Arches Reference Data Manager (RDM)
Arches Version 6 released
New features in this version include: a IIIF image service manager & improvements to Arches Workflows.