I came up with another terminology that should be looked at Call Number vs. 
Volume.  There are lots of places where these terms are used interchangeably.  


Lynn Floyd

 <mailto:lfl...@andersonlibrary.org> lfl...@andersonlibrary.org

Anderson County Library

Anderson, SC



From: Open-ils-general <open-ils-general-boun...@list.georgialibraries.org> On 
Behalf Of Diane Disbro
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 2:51 PM
To: Evergreen Discussion Group <open-ils-general@list.georgialibraries.org>
Subject: Re: [OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Towards more consistent terminology in the web 


I appreciate this, Kathy! 


Some inconsistencies in the XUL client have already been removed in the web 
client - standalone interface/offline circulation; show holds/view holds on 
bib. Simplify, simplify, simplify. I look forward to seeing the survey.

Diane Disbro

Branch Manager/Circulation Coordinator

Union Branch

Scenic Regional Library

308 Hawthorne Drive

Union, MO     63084

(636) 583-3224

ddis...@scenicregional.org <mailto:ddis...@scenicregional.org> 


On Tue, Aug 7, 2018 at 12:52 PM, Kathy Lussier <kluss...@masslnc.org 
<mailto:kluss...@masslnc.org> > wrote:

Hi all,


A recent discussion on the cataloging list turned my attention back to 
https://bugs.launchpad.net/evergreen/+bug/1538691. This bug primarily focused 
on the way we used items and copies to describe the same entity in Evergreen. A 
majority of people providing feedback on the bug indicated a preference for 
items over copies.


I have created a branch that does so, as well as another branch that does the 
opposite. I have also loaded each branch on a test server to give people an 
idea of how things would look in an all item world or in an all copy world. 


https://mlnc2.noblenet.org/eg/staff/  uses 'items.'

https://mlnc3.noblenet.org/eg/staff/ uses 'copies'


The login for each server is admin / evergreen123.


I think it would be good to get broader community feedback before deciding on a 


While working on the branch, I realized we also need to make a decision about 
the use or shelving location vs. copy location.


What I would like to do is send out a community survey that asks: 1) do we need 
these terms to be consistent (people may be perfectly happy using items and 
copies interchangeably) and b) which terms are preferred.


Do you all think this is the best approach for moving forward? Are there any 
other inconsistent terms we should be adding to the survey?


Let me know what you think. My hope is to issue the survey by Thursday.



Kathy Lussier
Project Coordinator
Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative
(508) 343-0128
kluss...@masslnc.org <mailto:kluss...@masslnc.org> 


Lynn Floyd
Head of Information Technology
Anderson County Library
Anderson, SC

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