[Koha] LibLime Enterprise Koha Q&A

Liz Rea lrea at nekls.org
Thu Sep 17 06:01:23 NZST 2009

I would also love to see a public repository from LibLime. I'm  
thrilled  to have access to all of the stuff from Bywater, Catalyst,  
BibLibre, and independent developers around the globe. Seeing LibLime  
added to that list would make me so happy. Having access makes my job  
a lot more educational and fun.

I have no doubt  that the features from Liblime will be amazing. I  
can't wait for the world to see them!

Liz Rea

On Sep 15, 2009, at 11:07 PM, Brendan Gallagher wrote:

> I too would be interesting in seeing the public repository from  
> LibLime.
> (If anyone is interested our repository address for Koha code is on
> the wiki -- http://wiki.koha.org/doku.php?id=en:development:git_repos
> --- amongst many other's.  This wiki page is becoming very useful so I
> wanted to make sure to plug it again and encourage others to post
> their collections of public code for all to see.)
> -Brendan
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> On Sep 15, 2009, at 2:52 PM, Chris Cormack wrote:
>> 2009/9/16 Kyle Hall <kyle.m.hall at gmail.com>:
>>> This is good news to hear. The question burning in my mind as a
>>> developer is this: will your enterprise version be available via git
>>> as you develop it, or will you just be releasing tarballs of source
>>> on
>>> a periodic basis ( which is how I interpreted your press release ).
>> I second Kyle
>> This does sound like good news, would you be willing to make your git
>> repository public so that others can begin the task of integrating  
>> the
>> code back into mainstream Koha?
>> Doing so would make any question of a fork disappear immediately,  
>> so I
>> propose this is the quickest and easiest step to take to quell the
>> rising unease.
>> If it is just a change in process not philosophy then spending the 20
>> minutes or so to make the repository public will not be a too onerous
>> task.
>> Chris
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