Tag Archives: FOSS
I always skip my blog’s birthday because it’s 4/20 which is on or near Earth Day, the holiday of stoners everywhere, and usually school vacation. So hey, my blog is now eleven! And I write in it much less than … Continue reading
“See https://code.nla.gov.au/ for open source code from the National Library of Australia” [thanks roy]
Dale Askey has written a great column on how libraries “share and fail to share open source software” and looks into some of the reasons that might be the case.
It’s great to mess around with open source tools if you’re geeky and techie. However what if, like many small libraries and solo librarians, you’re not? PALINET has been looking at open source tools and I really really like what … Continue reading
This is loosely related to libraries, but it is related to FOSS [free and open source software] which many libraries are using or contemplating. One of the things that is consistently stressed as a benefit of open source stuff is … Continue reading