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  • Evergreen ILS: OpenSRF 3.1.0 released
    We are pleased to announce the release of OpenSRF 3.1.0, a message routing network that offers scalability and failover support for individual services and entire servers with minimal development and deployment overhead. OpenSRF 3.1.0 is a major release that introduces several enhancements and major bugfixes, including: Support for a more ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-17By Galen Charlton
  • Digital Library Federation: Introducing the 2019 Authenticity Project Fellows
    Thanks to a generous grant from the IMLS, the HBCU Library Alliance and Digital Library Federation are pleased to announce the first of three annual cohorts of Authenticity Project Fellows! These fifteen Fellows work in libraries and archives at historically black colleges and universities. They will receive full travel, ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-17By Becca Quon
  • Terry Reese: MarcEdit 7/3: Updating MarcEditor file processing
    This year, the biggest project that I’ve been undertaking is a re-write of how MarcEdit’s MarcEditor handles and tracks changes in files.  In MarcEdit (since the very first version) – the tool has separated edits into two workflows. 1. Edits made manually 2. Edits made using the global tools Some ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-17By reeset
  • Terry Reese: MarcEdit 7: Folder Watcher Service Enhancements
    I’ve been continuing to think about new workflows that could be added to the Watcher service.  One of the most requested is the ability for MarcEdit’s tool to not only watch local files, but to be able to monitor remote files hosted on FTP/SFTP servers as well.  So, over the ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-17By reeset
  • Open Knowledge Foundation: What data counts in Europe? Towards a public debate on Europe’s high value data and the PSI Directive
    This blogpost was co-authored by Danny Lämmerhirt and Pierre Chrzanowski (*author note at the bottom) January 22 will mark a crucial moment for the future of open data in Europe. That day, the final trilogue between European Commission, Parliament, and Council is planned to decide over the ratification of the ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-16By Danny Lämmerhirt
  • Lucidworks: Physicians Improve Patient Treatment With AllMedx and Lucidworks Fusion
    For 10 years, Doug Grose, Chief Executive Officer of AllMedx, envisioned a “Google for doctors.” With extensive experience in medical communications, Grose knew doctors were frustrated with conventional search engines like Google and Bing because results were often diluted with unreliable content that was intended for consumers and patients. He ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-15By Sommer Antrim
  • Library Tech Talk (U of Michigan): Establishing a Strategic Vision for Our Library’s Web Presence
    Over the past 20 years, the University of Michigan Library has led the way on creating digital collections and establishing best practices around digital preservation that have become benchmark standards for other libraries. However, as our web presence expanded, it became increasingly difficult to adapt it at scale, keep pace ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-14By Rachel Vacek
  • Samvera: Save the dates! Samvera Connect 2019
    We are pleased to announce that Samvera’s 2019 Connect conference will be held at Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis Missouri, during the week beginning Monday, October 21st. We realize this is the week following DLF and that having two conferences many of our community typically attend so close ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-14By Richard Green
  • Hugh Rundle: Learning how much I have to learn – What I learned in 2018 and what I’m hoping to start learning in 2019
    At the beginning of last year I made a list of things I wanted to learn: Koha templating and themes mySQL Perl Unit testing How to cook bagels To read long texts immersively again Remembering names better It's a little awkward to look at now, because i didn't make much ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-12By Hugh Rundle
  • Bethany Nowviskie: how the light gets in
    I took a chance on a hackberry bowl at a farmer’s market—blue-stained and turned like a drop of water. It’s a good name for it. He had hacked it down at the bottom of his garden. (They’re filling in the timber where the oaks aren’t coming back.) But the craftsman ...
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-01-12By Bethany Nowviskie
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