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Re: [Koha-devel] suggestion module

From: Paul POULAIN
Subject: Re: [Koha-devel] suggestion module
Date: Wed Jun 23 05:05:13 2004
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nicolas morin a écrit :

Paul POULAIN wrote:

The "Ecole des Mines de Nantes" funds a suggestion module. It will be in 2.2 You can read on the wiki (http://www.saas.nsw.edu.au/koha_wiki/index.php?page=SuggestionFeatures) the planned features. Please report any suggestion to improve this suggestion module.

There might be a point for replacing "A suggestion can be done by any user. The user who requested the book is stored in the DB." with:
" A suggestion can be done by any registered and logged in user"
It excludes persons who use the opac as guest users and request a document without having logged in: it might be better if we know who requested the document; we might then be able to put it aside for him/her when it's available, etc. Or the library might have a public policy about purchase requests: they are only accepted from members of the community, etc...
But maybe it's too restrictive, I don't know.

I was speaking of "logged user", you're right to point this. We can't warn the user when the suggestion status changes if the "requester" is not logged.

Does this constraint sound correct to readers ?

About the fields:

   * a title
   * an author
   * a copyright date
   * an editor

The list seems short to me. We might propose a longer list (isbn, whatever), allow the user to ignore a field he don't know, expect author/title.

I'm not surprised by this. propose a longer list as you want.

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