[Koha] Koha releases
jwagner at ptfs.com
Fri Jul 2 07:31:14 NZST 2010
The PTFS Harley release is based off community code as of about last October
(plus several subsequent bugfixes), and integrates a lot of development we
have done. Those features have been released to community, but not in time
to make the 3.2 release. The Harley release does not include new
development added to head after October, such as the BibLibre acquisitions
features. When the 3.2 release is final (it’s in beta now), it will have
those features but not most of the Harley ones.
The ultimate goal is to integrate everything, but that will take a while.
Between our list of roughly 70 Harley features (not to mention new
development under way) and the 400-odd features that BibLibre has waiting,
it’s a long process to integrate and test everything.
Your choice for the immediate future really depends on whether you need the
Harley features (mostly written for public libraries) or the 3.2 features.
Library Systems Analyst
Content Management and Library Solutions
6400 Goldsboro Road, Suite 200
Bethesda, MD 20817
(301) 654-8088 x 151
jwagner at ptfs.com
*From:* koha-bounces at lists.katipo.co.nz [mailto:
koha-bounces at lists.katipo.co.nz] *On Behalf Of *Amy Schuler
*Sent:* Thursday, July 01, 2010 3:17 PM
*To:* koha at lists.katipo.co.nz
*Subject:* [Koha] Koha releases
I am a little unclear on the Koha stable version releases. The current
stable release is v.3.0.6, but 3.2 is on its way? What differentiates these
versions from Harley?
I am running Koha 3.0001005 but have not yet gone live with it. I wonder if
we should just upgrade now to the newest version, or wait for 3.2? I would
hate to roll out the new system to my library users, then 6 months down the
road feel pressured to upgrade.
I welcome any suggestions. Thanks!
Amy C. Schuler
Manager of Information Services
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
PO Box AB
Millbrook, NY 12545
(845) 677-7600 x164
schulera at caryinstitute.org <schulera at ecostudies.org>
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