[Koha] [Koha-devel] Announcing ... New koha.org Website based on Plone
mjr at phonecoop.coop
Tue May 12 00:27:39 NZST 2009
Eric Bégin <Eric.Begin at inLibro.com> wrote: [...]
> What are the factor making for someone to be in
> the Koha-manage group?
As I understand it, the current Koha-manage group was initialised by
BibLibre with current and past post-holders and is currently expanding
by invitation. So, it includes Chris Cormack and people from
(alphabetically) BibLibre, Calyx, HLT, Katipo, LibLime and TTLLP.
> There is no mention of such a group on <a moz-do-not-send="true"
> href="http://koha.org" target="_blank">koha.org .
> Can this be clarify somewhere in the web site?
I've not been told that the group is secret, so I don't see why it's
not on the web site. It's pretty obvious when you look at the
signatories of certain press releases that we're discussing some
things in private. As I understand it, it was set up for purely
practical reasons (avoiding massive cc lists) and most development
discussions should be on koha-devel still.
> This discussion make me ask about that possibile foundation that was
> discussed few months ago. An update on that topic would be appreciated.
Which foundation? KohaLA is running: see www.koha-fr.org and click
"KohaLA" in the top navigation. KUDOS has some info at
http://kudos.koha.org/ We're still waiting for substantive discussion
about KSF bylaws: I think LibLime has been developing the first draft.
Hope that helps,
MJ Ray (slef). LMS developer and supporter for a small, friendly
worker cooperative http://www.ttllp.co.uk/ http://mjr.towers.org.uk/
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