[Koha] Defining community participation [was: Koha demo links on koha.org]
benide at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 09:36:12 NZDT 2009
On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 2:06 PM, Owen Leonard <oleonard at myacpl.org> wrote:
>>> In other words, "Could you return to the kind of participation you
>>> were doing just a few months ago?"
>> Yes, before they took on a new client's requests.
> And what was it about that new client's requests that made them so
> different about the clients before them?
You tell me. You were contracted to work on it.
>> But that's not really the issue, is it? This is about doing a
>> "find/delete" on anything that says "supported by LibLime."
> This is about keeping Koha.org as vendor-neutral as possible. Demo
> links should point to the open-source version of Koha.
Sure it is.
>> It is amazing that we are having this conversation. I thought
>> everyone had moved on with their lives until you started this thread.
> And as it turns out others agree that this is an issue that needs to
> be corrected.
Hey, the muck has been stirred. Why not chime in?
>> And for the record, I haven't earned one thin dime off of Koha. Does
>> that make my statements and concerns irrelevant?
> It does make it more difficult for you to make accurate statements
> about what a developer or company should or shouldn't do in order for
> it to remain sustainable or profitable.
Yes, you're very clear on the librarian's role in all this: "Take
what we give you and shut up."
Best of luck with your next RFP.
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