Well this isn’t Edinburgh. This is London calling. More from kohacon later. Today I was at OKFN’s bibliohack . There were several interesting projects there and it was a good opportunity to get back into coding, metadata and APIs after … Continue reading
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Probably by the time you read this, I’ll be on the road to kohacon12. It’s been a fun week or so with the final arrangements on top of our other planned work and some unexpected work too, but I think … Continue reading
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In conjunction with Library Coop, we will be speaking about how libraries can benefit from free software. The presentation will focus on Koha, citing examples from a range of libraries. Come along and ask your questions. The presentation is in … Continue reading
Visit us at Online Information. We are at Library Coop’s stall (579).
Our co-op has put in a bid to bring KohaCon to Edinburgh in 2012. Edinburgh is a great Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) conference city, with libraries of national and international importance, a huge choice of hotels, restaurants and … Continue reading
This seems an active time for conference planning in two of the projects I like: KohaCon11 is being planned for Thane, India. Registrations are open and I’m helping to admin the conference system (OCS). If you’d like to talk, submissions … Continue reading
Blog Action Day approaches on Friday. The call this year is for clean water and some high profile blogs including the UKFCO and the White House will be joining in. But until then, you can look at the wonderful direct … Continue reading
Russel Garlick writes on behalf of the KohaCon10 Organising Committee: “KohaCon10 starts on October 25th in Wellington, New Zealand. We have an exciting line up of speakers on a range of topics related to Koha and [Free and] Open Source … Continue reading
Another day, another story about #ukgov cuts and today it’s the turn of libraries. When I turned on the TV at breakfast, they were discussing BBC: A novel idea: Take a look inside the library pub. There’s also a discussion … Continue reading