[Web4lib] Koha Library Program

Stacy Konkiel stacy.konkiel at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 15:53:25 EST 2006

We're using Koha in our library and I can say that for small libraries, it
does the job pretty well.  The version that we're using, which is the
second-to-last version that has been put out, still has a few bugs that you
have to work around in the system.  However, these bugs don't affect the
functionality of the check-in/check-out procedure too much, they really only
have to do with adding bibliographies and such.  However, I hear that the
latest version is free of most of these bugs and works even better than the
version we're using.

If you're curious (or if anyone else would like) I can send out a document
that the previous library coordinator used, which lists "workarounds" for
the various glitches.

Be well,
Stacy Konkiel
Library Coordinator
GLBT Student Support Services
Indiana University
705 E. 7th Street
Bloomington, IN  47405
(812) 855-4252
glbtlib at indiana.edu

On 10/25/06, Darla Grediagin <dgrediagin at bssd.org> wrote:
> Good morning,
> Does anyone on this list use Koha?  I am working on installation now and
> was interested in feedback.  When I saw the post that mentioned telnet
> and SSH, it made me think that this may be the list to answer more of my
> questions than other lists that I am on.  I love the move to Koha, I am
> using LibraryPro now and I think Excel might be a better library
> database than it is.
> I am glad I found other librarians that are working with computers as
> much as everyone here seems to be.
> Have a great day,
> Darla
> --
> Darla Grediagin
> District Librarian
> Bering Strait School District
> Unalakleet, Alaska
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