[Koha] Fwd: Request to mailing list LibLime-Users rejected
storypage at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 03:22:35 NZDT 2011
Hello, all. I have been following the discourse about LibLime on here with
interest, as we will be searching a vendor for our selected system (which is
Koha, of course). However, I had read little from those who actually use
LibLime as a vendor. Since there are so many out there I assumed I was
On a recent visit to a library consortium in Texas that uses LibLime, the
director of that system told me about a LibLime listserv. Figuring I might
receive different information from that list (and thus allowing me to pass
on pros and cons to our director, instead of just cons), I attempted to sign
on to the list, only to receive the the below rejection notice. So much for
"open source". Why the secretive approach if the system is not proprietary?
But, I'm still seeking information on PTFS/LibLime. So, if there are any
customers of this vendor lurking out there, I would love to hear from you,
either pro or con. You may email me off list if you are more comfortable
with that. My email is storypage [at] gmail.com.
Thanks in advance,
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From: <liblime-users-bounces at lists.liblime.com>
Date: Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 12:45 PM
Subject: Request to mailing list LibLime-Users rejected
To: storypage at gmail.com
Your request to the LibLime-Users mailing list
has been rejected by the list moderator. The moderator gave the
following reason for rejecting your request:
"We appreciate your interest - but this list is a private list for
customers of LibLime - if you are interested in our services - please
let us know http://www.liblime.com/contact"
Any questions or comments should be directed to the list administrator
liblime-users-owner at lists.liblime.com
"The man, who, by his own and his family's labour, can provide a sufficiency
of food and raiment and a comfortable dwelling place, is not a poor
*Cottage Economy*, 1826.
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