[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Evergreen on LibrarianInBlack, Linux.com

Don McMorris don.mcmorris at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 23:44:55 EST 2007

Thanks Brad for the correction.  I guess that's what I get for not
checking the "track-back" URI it tells me to use ;)

On another librarian blog, the Space Age Librarian, is a mention of
Evergreen also. The link to the entry is

He mentions it was Slashdotted, which may explain it's (sudden)
popularity.  Here's to hoping your datacenter has an adequate fire
surpression system ;)

Keep up the good work guys!  I know I appreciate it, and by the sounds
of it a lot of others do also!


On 1/3/07, LaJeunesse, Brad <bradl at georgialibraries.org> wrote:
> Hrm, I get an HTTP 500 error on that URL-- but this one work for me:
> http://librarianinblack.typepad.com/librarianinblack/2007/01/article_on_ever.html
> Thanks for passing along, Don!
> --Brad
> Don McMorris wrote:
> > Here I was, going through my Google reader RSS feeds.  Then I happen
> > to see a mention of the Open-ILS Evergreen project.  Needless to say,
> > I have to read the article.
> >
> > The article is a blog entry by Sarah Houghton-Jan, the
> > "LibrarianInBlack".
> >
> > "The word is out to the rest of the world folks that our ILSes stink.
> > And now the word is out to all the coders and techies who read things
> > like Linux.com.  Hopefully, it's only a matter of time before more
> > codemonkeys devote their time and energy to projects like Evergreen,
> > the potential salvation of library catalogs everywhere.", says Sarah.
> >
> > The blog post in full can be found at
> > http://www.typepad.com/t/trackback/7357504 .
> >
> > --Don

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