Evergreen

Evergreen Enhancements

Bibliomation will be funding the development of these enhancements for Evergreen in the coming months. We are working with a variety of developers to add these features to Evergreen, so the timelines will vary for each item. If you have…

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Evergreen Software Development – News

Bibliomation’s Melissa Lefebvre and Ben Shum submitted an Evergreen software enhancement that was recently accepted by the Evergreen community. Their “New Search” button has been added to versions 1.6.1.3 and 2.0. This button opens up a new Advanced Search tab…

Migration Preparations are Underway!

Our Evergreen servers have arrived! There are 18 servers in total, with enough power and room to handle our member libraries, plus room for growth! We’re just now working out the details of our migration plan. Melissa Lefebvre, our Open…

Let the coding begin!

It’s now official – we have just signed off on the Equinox development quote for our Evergreen K-12 schools due date functionality. This functionality will give all Evergreen academic and K-12 school libraries the ability to set end-of-semester due dates…

The Lebanon Schools join BibliOak

The Lebanon Schools have just joined Bibliomation’s development partners project. This K-12 school system joins the Jonathan Trumbull Library, in Lebanon, already a BibliOak partner, scheduled to go live May 18th. This bodes well for Lebanon students as they will…

First Bibliomation Development Partner Goes Live!

The Beacon Falls Public Library went live this morning on BibliOak, Bibliomation’s Development Partner Evergreen system. Beacon Falls is the first Connecticut library to go live on Evergreen. The Douglas Library of Hebron will quickly follow them next Monday, March…

Good News!

Hooray! LibraryThing for Libraries now works with Evergreen! You can see it in action at Kent County Public Library in Maryland. -KateKate SheehanOpen Source Implementation Coordinatorksheehan{at}biblio{dot}org

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…