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Heading to New Zealand for KohaCon10

For those who follow me on other sites know that I’m heading to New Zealand for KohaCon 2010. I mention this because my posts here will consist of conference summaries and then will probably become quite quiet while I travel around the country. Be sure to keep an eye out for pictures on my Flickr account and regular posting will resume when I return in November! Technorati Tags: kohacon10

KohaCon10 Call for Proposals

The official call for proposals for KohaCon10 has been made. If you’re joining us in NZ in October, please think about sharing your Koha knowledge, tips, and ideas with us! Submit as many proposals as you want. Technorati Tags: koha

Updates due to come in Koha 3.2

Galen Charlton started by reminding us that Koha 3.2 in an ambitious release. There will be a new acquisitions module (which I saw a demo of yesterday – and it made me very very happy!!), new holdings support, many circulation improvements (a lot to do with holds) and improved stability. Remember to check the RFCs on the wiki to keep up with new developments. RFCs are Requests for Comments –  [ Read More ]

KohaCon 2009: The History of Koha

Chris Cormack with input from Paul Poulain started the conference off with a history of Koha. Chris started working on Koha 3077 days ago (he thinks). Koha was started at the Horowhenua Library Trust by Katipo need a new ILS (because of a y2k bug) no suitable response to their RFP (none of the vendors actually read it – because none of their solutions would actually work) it’s just a  [ Read More ]

Bookmarks for April

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Bookmarks for April

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Bookmarks for March

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Bookmarks for March

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