[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] 226 subscribers
paul.bartell at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 20:23:25 EDT 2007
Well, im a kid that is interested in computers (Open source
especially), and want to try and get my school library using
Evergreen. I would be interested to know weather it would be the best
choice for a small library like this. (~450 patrons). and how people
would be able to print barcodes, and how you can assign a book a new
barcode, when it gets worn out. Also would it be possible to not have
to re enter all the data about how many of each book they have.(im not
a big fan of data entry)
On 3/22/07, LaJeunesse, Brad <bradl at georgialibraries.org> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> You know, there are 226 subscribers to this list. That's really amazing.
> So, anyone care to break the ice and introduce themselves? It's awfully
> quiet in here. I'm sure someone has something more interesting to say
> than I do. :)
> Well, ok, fine, twist my arm... I'll go first and introduce myself. I'm
> Brad LaJeunesse, one of the instigators behind the Evergreen project
> here at the Georgia Public Library Service. I'm not a software
> developer, but rather a systems administrator type, and I am primarily
> responsible for the servers that support the PINES consortium's
> installation of Evergreen. I'm also a degree-toting professional librarian.
> In addition to my sys-admin duties, I also act as a project manager for
> the Evergreen software development project, yet I will readily admit
> that kind of work is not exactly my forte. There's just some sort of
> similarity between being a 'project manager' and a 'cruise coordinator'
> that I just can't get my head around. (Trust me, you never want to be on
> a cruise that I've coordinated.) Thankfully I have a great team to work
> So, with my introduction out of the way, why are we all here? Well, ok,
> you're all here because you've heard of Evergreen, are interested in
> Evergreen, something like that... or you're just in the wrong place. :)
> I'm here because this was my crazy idea, so I'm stuck. But the rest of
> you-- what do you want to talk about? What questions do you have? What
> do you want to see on this mailing list?
> If you wish to remain anonymous and send questions/comments directly to
> me, I'd be happy to post them back to this list for you.
> Look forward to hearing from ya'll. If no one speaks up, I'll be forced
> to resort to more devious measures, such as singing karaoke.
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