[Koha] [OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] personal post to Evergreen community

Lori Ayre loriayre at gmail.com
Tue Sep 15 02:55:09 NZST 2009

And, upon further reflection, maybe the right vehicle for providing to
support to both projects and to libraries working with both products is not
really a foundation...but something else.  Let's keep thinking about that.
I'm open to hearing what people in the field need in the way of support.
What is unique about running an Open Source Library System that is common to
both products and what could an OSLS Libraries group do to help?

But I'll keep working on that angle and try not to create confusion during
this tricky period.....


On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 3:18 PM, Chris Cormack <chris at bigballofwax.co.nz>wrote:

> 2009/9/12 Lori Ayre <loriayre at gmail.com>:
> > Steve (and all),
> >
> > I support this idea and if there's a way I can be of assistance, let's
> talk.
> > I think getting a ball like this rolling would have to come from someone
> > like us - people who are not actively involved in just one of the
> products
> > but who sees the importance of both products/projects succeeding.
> >
> Hi all
> While this sounds like a laudable idea, but we need a governance
> structure for the Koha project first and this is where the communities
> efforts should be concentrated. An overreaching foundation could be
> perhaps created in parallel, but I would hate to see effort on that
> detract from solving what is a pressing problem.
> I think Lori is right, something like this overreaching foundation
> could be worked on by people not involved in the projects. While those
> on the ground work on setting up a governance structure for Koha.
> Chris
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