[K12OSN] Re: Open Source library Software

Huck dhuckaby at hvja.org
Thu Apr 12 21:07:10 UTC 2007

Liblime will host Koha for you or you can buy an appliance from 
them...they converted all of our data and uploaded and verified it for 
$1k(our entire budget) after I setup the machine and koha...


Bryant Patten wrote:
> On Apr 11, 2007, at 11:49 AM, k12osn-request at redhat.com 
> <mailto:k12osn-request at redhat.com> wrote:
>> I know this question has been posed before, but I'm looking at it again. 
>> Any updated feelings of folks on the best options for library 
>> software.   
>> thanks
>> Shane
> Hey Shane -
> I have done a couple of installs of OpenBiblio 
> (http://obiblio.sourceforge.net/) for small elementary school 
> libraries that didn't have the $10K for the commercial option and felt 
> that Koha was too much for them.  I would be happy to answer any 
> questions you have about the OpenBiblio install process.  
> I also know that some of our (VT)  smaller schools, with solid 
> Internet access,  have outsourced their library automation for a 
> monthly fee to some company in California.
> Bryant Patten
> White Nitro, LLC
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