Re: [Koha-devel] Re: [oss4lib-discuss] Open Source ILS implementations (fwd)
It would be interesting that you share your report (at least the part on open
source) with the community once it'll be finished.
> We and 50 other institutions will be using the KOHA product when LC is
> implemented as we do not use Dewey in our libraries.
> thanks Ed Sharpe archivist for SMECC
> please respond to Marshall if you are using or planning on using Koha.
> Pat Eyler
> Kaitiaki/manager migrant Linux sys admin
> the Koha project ruby, shell, and perl geek
> http://www.koha.org http://pate.eylerfamily.org
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 14:00:15 -0600
> From: Marshall Breeding <marshall.breeding@...>
> To: oss4lib-discuss@...
> Subject: [oss4lib-discuss] Open Source ILS implementations
> As part of a report that I am developing on library automation systems, I am
> interested in knowing more about the current state of Koha and other Open
> Source projects. I need to document the number of libraries that use an
> Source ILS in their production environment. If you currently use an Open
> Source ILS or plan to do so in the near future in your library, please let
> know. When I have made such inquires in the past I received very few
> responses. In order to make a realistic assessment of Open Source in this
> area, it is important that I hear from you.
> Marshall Breeding
> Library Technology Officer
> Vanderbilt University