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Re: [Koha-devel] OpenBook

From: Chris Cormack
Subject: Re: [Koha-devel] OpenBook
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 09:38:28 +1200
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* Nicholas Stephen Rosasco <address@hidden> [010717 05:01]:
> Devil's advocate thought here...
> what if we were to simply, well, do a turnabout on the Openbook code?
> (ie, use it as the starting point for a new version of Koha?) Or,
> alternately, bring the two applications in close enough alignment so that
> no alterations be made to the databases behind them?

Could well be a plan, Id need to look at their code more.
When it all boils down to it, its all just SQL *grin*
> Forgive me for suggesting it, but it might be the easiest way to avoid
> having two competing tools (forcing users of both to pick one feature set
> over another) out there....
Yep, precisely, id dearly like to not get into the openbsd, freebsd
kinda thing.

Tis mainly why am I silent on the fork issue on the main list. Im just
glad you and stuart have brought it up. 


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