Review of Arbil: Free Tool for Creating, Editing, and Searching Metadata
Language Documentation and Conservation | University of Hawaiʻi Press | Published : 2014
Arbil (Withers 2012) is a free Java-based software program for creating and editing metadata. It was created by Peter Withers, of The Language Archive at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, for use within the DoBeS3 (Dokumentation bedrohter Sprachen, ‘Documentation of Endangered Languages’) program. Arbil is now being maintained by a team led by Peter Withers and Twan Goosen, who are developing and extending it for a wider user group.