[Koha] ANN: First sponsors of KohaCon12 (please circulate)
mjr at phonecoop.coop
Fri Apr 13 23:29:41 NZST 2012
The hosts of KohaCon12 are pleased to announce the first sponsors of
this year's event. Thanks to both sponsors for sponsoring kohacon12
to be hosted in Edinburgh this June by software.coop, the Library
Co-op and Butte-Silver Bow Public Library – you've helped to make the
conference a bit better and we really appreciate it!
We are still looking for organisations who are prepared to show their
support for Koha by making a financial contribution towards the cost
of the conference. We aim to make the conference as accessible as
possible so there is no registration fee for delegates, which means
that we rely on the generosity of sponsors to make the event a
success. All donations are welcome at
whether or not you choose a sponsorship package.
First Full Monty sponsor: Tamil - http://www.tamil.fr/
Tamil met au service des bibliothécaires et des documentalistes son
expertise en matière de déploiement de solutions logiciels Open
First Kind Hearts sponsor: Libriotech - http://www.libriotech.no/
KohaCon12 will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 5-7 June 2012,
followed by the hackfest 9-11 June.
This is a free conference for everyone interested in the Koha library
system, which is Free and Open Source Software. There is no
registration fee, but we will ask that attendees pre-register. Calls
for papers, sponsors and registrations are posted on the website.
Details (travel, hotels, agenda draft, etc) can be found linked from
KohaCon12 is the fifth KohaCon, following last year's successful
conference in India which brought together users and developers
worldwide. KohaCon12 will feature an international slate of speakers
(both Koha users and active Koha contributors) conducting
presentations and workshops on a diverse range of topics. Talks will
cover a range of topics from general experiences of Koha through to
technical information on the various modules.
MJ Ray (slef), member of www.software.coop, a for-more-than-profit co-op.
http://koha-community.org supporter, web and library systems developer.
In My Opinion Only: see http://mjr.towers.org.uk/email.html
Available for hire (including development) at http://www.software.coop/
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