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Re: [Koha-devel] 1st Crack at FAQ

From: Chris Cormack
Subject: Re: [Koha-devel] 1st Crack at FAQ
Date: Wed Nov 7 12:39:02 2001
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On Wed, Nov 07, 2001 at 11:43:29AM -0800, Tonnesen Steve said:
> OpenBook
> This is just my opinion and may be completely wrong!  :)
> OpenBook is no longer based on Koha.  It was _inspired_ by Koha.  The
> people who develop OpenBook wanted to use PHP instead of Perl, and have
> created their product entirely from scratch.  It is possible that there
> may be some lingering similarities in the database, but even there I doubt
> it as they have switched completely to a MARC based database, as far as I
> know.

Yep, I go for this, inspired is the right word.

Who maintains Koha? 
Koha is currently maintained by a team of volunteer developers
spread across New Zealand, Canada, and the United States.

We could add poland to here as well, Pawel did the neat translation script
and has helped with installs in poland IIRC. 

Ill need to check this with Rosalie, but Horowhenua has 4 branches (well 3
really one is very very small and part time i think)
It has 28457 borrowers and 82733 items (according to the db)
It runs on an PIII 1ghz machine, running Debian GNU/Linux.


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