[K12OSN] Open Source Library Automation

anthony baldwin anthonybaldwin at snet.net
Wed Feb 23 16:34:36 UTC 2005

jrichie at bible.edu wrote:

>On Wed, 2005-02-23 at 09:14 -0600, Mark Cockrell wrote:
>>Hello all,
>>    This is a two-part question.  1.) Is anyone out there currently 
>>using an Open Source library automation system that is working well, and 
>>2.) would you be willing to share your experience/expertise with me?  
>>We've been using a proprietary system for a while now and after the last 
>>forced (and expensive, I might add) "upgrade" the thing has become 
>>almost unusable.  I'd like to move to an Open Source system and have 
>>done a bit of research on the issue.  I've seen Koha, Emilda, and 
>>PHPMyLibrary recommended, but haven't actually been able to get any of 
>>them to work for me.  So, I'm open to any suggestions at this point.  
>>Thanks in advance.
>I'd also like to hear about good work in this area. The latest
>LinuxJournal had an article on BRAD, an OSS prog that a radio station
>designed for their audio library. It might be worth looking into also.
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Try these:
OpenBiblio:  http://obiblio.sourceforge.net/
MypHpLibrary:  http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmylibrary/
Bookbase:  http://bookbase.sourceforge.net/

These were found at http://linux.school-library.net


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