Welcome on the March edition of BibLibre’s newsletter.
February was marked by numerous exchanges between developers and project managers BibLibre and Afi about AFI OPAC 2.0. Between functional demonstrations, discussions and technical work on our work practices, we are preparing to strengthen development efforts and implementation of the product in the coming weeks.
A first meeting took place in Annecy with all our developers on Koha, Wheke and Afi OPAC 2.0 during the last week of January. The opportunity to talk about the technical architecture, tools and actions to complete to start a healthy collaboration. After this week, exchanges continued during a half day reserved every week. During the follow-up points of each team, everyone is invited to be an observer of the practices of others. Finally, BibLibre’s project managers also met several times to discuss all functional aspects of the software.
This sharing time will have their place in March , the adventure is just beginning !
Did you know? Koha Tips
We launched two weeks ago a new weekly series on our blog. Published every Wednesday, each post offers you a little trick about the Koha system preferences. You can go read it by clicking on the following two links: Change favicon in the Koha OPAC and Customize navigation OPAC.
Diocese of Gap
The Koha from the diocese of Gap is now online, you can visit the Opac by clicking on the following adress: http://catalogue.diocesegap.biblibre.com/
The library Romans joined the network of libraries Valence Romans in the context of the creation of the urban community Valence Romans Sud Rhône Alpes. The library of Romans will use Koha and AFI OPAC 2.0. BibLibre will handle migration, installation and training of both free software in this project led by Lionel Dujol.
The European School of Strasbourg chose our offer Pikoloco based on Koha to equip its library in creation.
Hackfest Koha at BibLibre from march 10 to 14
We are now less than a week from the hackfest we organize from March 10 to 14 at our office in Marseille. We wrote at the beginning of last month a blog post describing the event and its program. Sixty participants will be present throughout the week, with a maximum of 48 on Monday! If you need further information you can read the blog post of hackfest 2014 or send us an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.