[Koha] Discovery Tool VuFind implementation at BRAC University
chrisc at catalyst.net.nz
Sun Feb 6 10:33:32 NZDT 2011
Very cool :) Are you accepting suggestions/patches?
One thing I would suggest is using Koha's ILS-DI API rather than direct database calls. This will mean it will obey the system preferences, and other settings, and will be less likely to break.
hasina at bracu.ac.bd wrote:
>I like to inform you that BRAC Univesity library in Bangladesh has
>successfully implemented discovery Tool VuFind
>We have integrated VuFind with KOHA,Dspace and ejournals and databases. We
>have build a KOHA-VuFind Driver which is available at current Development
>Senior Deputy Librarian (Head of Library)
>Project Director VuFind Project
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>> Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 08:15:07 +1300
>> From: Chris Cormack <chris at bigballofwax.co.nz>
>> Subject: Re: [Koha] Vote for Koha Con 2011
>> To: mohan pradhan <pradhmohan at gmail.com>
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>> 2011/2/4 mohan pradhan <pradhmohan at gmail.com>:
>>> Dear All,
>>> My point of adding country is that weightage should be given first to
>>> country and then to institute. Otherwise, a big country have more vote
>>> (having more institutes) and small country will have few votes. Also
>>> should be a system, how many votes an orgnization can give i.e. person
>>> within an organization. All these should be mentioned and there should
>>> be a
>>> system for taking into consideration these points i.e. rules for casting
>>> vote.. This will allow to organize the conference even by a small
>>> having support of many countries.This meets the philosophy by which the
>>> counting method was adopted at the beginning to give equal chance to
>>> opportunity to all the countries of the world to organize Koha Con 2011.
>> Hi Mohan
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>> I disagree with your proposal, I don't think one persons vote should
>> count less than another, just because of where they live, that seems
>> totally unfair to me. People attend conferences, not countries.
>> I also disagree this was ever adopted, certainly it's not something I
>> would agree to.
>> I think if there is a fear that one country will host Kohacon every
>> year (even though that has not happened before) it would be fair to
>> have a rule that the same country can not host a conference within 3
>> years (or some time period).
>> What the vote is for, is "Where would you like to most attend
>> Kohacon11?" I would hope that those who have bid for 2011 are also
>> planning to build for 2012 also.
>> Just my 2 cents
>> Back to merging patches for the 3.4 release I go
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 21:49:31 +0100
>> From: martin caris <martin_caris at hotmail.com>
>> Subject: [Koha] Transfert database 1 to database 2
>> To: <koha at lists.katipo.co.nz>
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>> Is it possible to transfer records from a koha database 1 to another Koha
>> database 2 ?? In local ?
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