I think whichever location people choose to post their hack, I hope it's documented and can be found easily. For III-related hacks, I hope they're also listed on IUG clearinghouse regardless the actual location of the codes.
That said, thanks for the hacks! I finally installed IE9 on my laptop and saw the problem. Oh joy. thanks, ranti. On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Walker, David <dwal...@calstate.edu> wrote: > I would prefer a more open place to collect these things, too -- Github > sounds great. I've got my own III hack , and I've kept it out of the IUG > clearinghouse on purpose. > > --Dave > >  http://code.google.com/p/shrew/ > > ================== > David Walker > Library Web Services Manager > California State University > http://xerxes.calstate.edu > ________________________________________ > From: Code for Libraries [CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU] On Behalf Of Gabriel > Farrell [gsf...@gmail.com] > > For some reason I assumed Github would be a better spot for code > sharing than the IUG website, but I'm happy with any accessible place > to collect these. > > On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 11:32 AM, Kyle Banerjee <baner...@uoregon.edu> wrote: >> IUG recently opened up stuff that has traditionally been passworded to >> everyone. You might ask if this area will be opened too as it may still be >> closed as an oversight. >> >> kyle -- Bulk mail. Postage paid.