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Meet the Open Source Team: Spotlight on Kate Sheehan

Kate Sheehan is Bibliomation’s Open Source Implementation Coordinator. Monday, November 9th is her first day on the job. Question: What made you want to work at Bibliomation? Answer: The [open source] project is ridiculously exciting. I started paying attention to…

BibliOak Project Timeline Established

Bibliomation staff had a really good open source meeting yesterday afternoon. Melissa Lefebvre, our Open Source Project Manager, presented the first draft of our BibliOak Development Partner migration timeline. The planned Go Live Date for the three automated development partner…

Meet the Open Source Team: Spotlight on Ben Shum

Ben Shum is Bibliomation’s Open Source Software Coordinator. Question: You began working at Bibliomation this past summer. How were you found for this position? What have been your job responsibilities since you joined the Bibliomation staff? Answer: The company, PTFS,…

Meet the Open Source Team: Spotlight on Melissa Lefebvre

Melissa Lefebvre is Bibliomation’s Open Source Project Manager. Question: How long have you been working for Bibliomation? What job responsibilities have you held? Answer: I began working at Bibliomation in 2004. My primary job responsibility is web services administration for…

Open Source — Growing Interest among CT Libraries

This morning I attended the University of Hartford‘s presentation on their July 14th migration to LibLime‘s Enterprise Koha. Ben Ide, Tech Services Librarian for their library, explained why they made the move to open source and how their migration went…

Evergreen Demonstration, Massachusetts Network Meeting

The following is excerpted from a Connecticut Library Consortium (CLC) email listserv posting, made earlier this afternoon: Friday, December 11, 2009How’s It Going?: An Inside Look at Bibliomation’s Migration to Evergreen 9:30 coffee, 10:00-noon meeting Middlebury PLOnline Registration coming soon…

The Library 2.0 Gang On Open Source

“Can the open source ILS sector scale?” is the question the Library 2.0 Gang asks this month. Listen to host, Richard Wallis, gang members, Carl Grant, Marshall Breeding, and Frances Haugen, and guest panelist, Brendan Gallagher (of ByWater Solutions), as…