Open Source Informational Meeting Presentations

In October the Open Source Taskforce held two informational meeting for the libraries of the three networks working on Open Source.  Listed below are some of the presentations that were given that day.

Powerpoint Presentations

For what they are worth, we've attached a few Powerpoint presentations below that were developed to explain this "MassLNC" proposal. 

Feel free to use them as you wish.

King County Library System (Seattle WA) Software Requirements - UPDATED

Attached to this posting are 7 documents created by the King County Library System detailing their software requirements for development on the Evergreen platform. While they don't necessarily specify all of the multiness requirements we need (their scope is for a "large centralized branch system" rather than a consortium), they do provide some good examples of software requirements.  Please take a look.

Submit your own Software Requirement

Click here to submit your own software requirement.  Anyone with an account can do this, and it's easy!

Software Requirements for Platform Selection

Listed below are links to software requirements most pertinent to selecting our platform: Read more »

Notes from the Evergreen Conference

I'm here attending the first annual Evergreen Conference in Athens Georgia, a lovely southern college town and home of the University of Georgia. The conference has been sponsored by Equinox, the State Library of Georgia and Solinet. Program information can be found at the conference wiki.

Day One : Session One

Hackfest - Coding Read more »

Koha versus Evergreen

This posting is intended to capture your thoughts on the pros and cons of each platform. Read more »

Notes from the Koha Conference

I'm here attending the second 2009 Koha conference in Plano TX (the first one was in Paris FR, so we clearly started this process too late).

Here are some random thoughts organized by the sessions I attended: Read more »

Importance of "multiness"

Here's a quote from the book Software requirement patterns by Stephen Withall which I think has a lot of relevance for our project: Read more »

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