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Re: [Koha-devel] Re: Koha project updates

Subject: Re: [Koha-devel] Re: Koha project updates
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:15:23 2003

Can we assume  that since it is being used in a prominent university environment it needs to use LC not Dewey?
Just a thought....

Ed Sharpe archivist for SMECC

Subj: [Koha-devel] Re: Koha project updates
Date: 9/22/2003 1:39:02 PM US Mountain Standard Time
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Hello everyone,
can you help me answer Chris' questions/requests below?  He's running a
project at the University at Buffalo to integrate Koha into some of their
LIS courses, so any help we can give will be paid back in spades as their
students begin testing, using, and telling people about 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
On Sat, 20 Sep 2003, Christopher Brown-Syed wrote:

>Dear Pat,
>I have been meaning to write you for the last week or so, to bring you
>up to date on what we've been doing. Chien-Lin Liu who experimented with
>Koha over the summer, has a stable version with a bulletin board for
>collecting evaluations, running under Red Hat 9. We are trying to get it
>ported to a machine in the lab, and Paul Chacko is working on that
>piece. With Cindi's participation, we can get Chien-Lin's s/w up and
>running in a real production environment too (see forwarded message).
>There has also been some interest in getting a Perl class to work on the
>desiderata and/or bug lists.
>What I guess I need from the Koha development team is some help with
>constructing test scripts for the 'end user' library students in LIS
>506, and/or some suggestions as to how we could be of use to the project
>on the technical side. As well, for internal UB readers, the Dean is
>seeking funding for lab upgrades. If you can think of any equipment we
>need, such as laser scanners, all the way up to 3M patron self checkout
>terminals, please let me know asap.
>Christopher Brown-Syed, PhD. Editor, Library &Archival Security.
>School of Informatics, University at Buffalo.  <address@hidden>

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