The Readium community is supported by organizations that join the Readium Foundation as members. Member organizations typically use Readium technologies to build client or server solutions. You can participate in a Readium open source project or use Readium technologies without being a member, but membership is an important way to support the community.
Find out more about joining Readium Foundation here.
The Readium Foundation makes its corporate documents available to the public. They are as follows:
Effective January, 2018 Readium software is permissively licensed free of charge under the 3-part BSD license and the previous fee-based Alternative License is no longer offered.
Adopters are encouraged to help support Readium software development and maintenance by paying an optional annual support fee. Those parties paying support will receive priority attention from the Readium Support team.
- Laurent Le Meur (EDRLab) as President
- Risa Wolf (NYPL) as Secretary
- Brian O’Leary (BISG) as Assistant Treasurer
- Robert Cartolano (Columbia University Library)
- Hadrien Gardeur (De Marque)
From A to Z:
- AM Consulting (DITA)
- Bluefire Productions
- Columbia University Library
- DAISY consortium
- De Marque
- Eden Livre
- Ellibs Oy
- Evident Point
- Kivuto Solutions
- Learning Ally
- New York Public Library
- Nord Compo
- Norwegian Library of Talking Books
- Russian State Library
- Tagus Books
- VitalSource Technologies