Don,

I personally think it is too early to tell if it will have any effect on
Evergreen or any other ILS solutions, but I will keep an eye on them. Form
the article I picked up that the the Kuali foundation is in essence
abandoning the code they had built so far, and probably starting from
scratch again. They probably have some new code built already and the
article says that they plan to "deliver the initial version of the software
in early 2018."

Like I said I plan to keep an eye on it, but they have a long way to go
since they already have "one strike".

Yamil








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Yamil Suarez, MCS
Library Systems Administrator/Developer

Stan Getz Library
Berklee College of Music
1140 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02215

ysua...@berklee.edu
617-747-2617

On Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 2:01 PM, Donald Butterworth <
don.butterwo...@asburyseminary.edu> wrote:

> Here's an interesting article that just appeared in American Libraries
> that has some implications for Evergreen
>
>
> http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/2016/04/22/ebsco-kuali-open-source-project/
>
> --
> Don Butterworth
> Collection Management Librarian /
> Faculty Associate
> B.L. Fisher Library
> Asbury Theological Seminary
> don.butterwo...@asburyseminary.edu
> (859) 858-2227
>

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