The eCataloger open-source framework began as a class project for electronic resources collection management and has since grown to a rich set of tools based on Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) , Resource Description and Access (RDA), Meta-data Object Description Schema (MODS), and other standards, for representing electronic resources like databases and websites, continuing and cancelled serials, traditional monographs, electronic media, and government publications all using the same underlying data model. Current development version of eCataloger is 1.1 and is actively developed by Jeremy Nelson.
An eLibrary is a collection of electronic records used to organize and manage born digital resources (websites, ebooks, mp3) and as a meta-data proxy for books, magazines, physical video and audio, and other physical objects.
First, download the latest version from http://code.google.com/p/ecataloger/ using an SVN client. Second, modify stylesheets and templates to match your design. Three, upload application to Google App Engine. Four, use!
If you require assistance, Jeremy Nelson is available for consultation at reasonable rates.