Hi Jane,

Thank you for letting us know about the Single Sign-On/SAML initiative. There is definitely interest in this for some of Sitka's post-secondary libraries, so we'll be eager to hear more and hopefully contribute development funds from our community.

Quoting Jane Sandberg <sand...@linnbenton.edu>:

Hi Stuart,

Thanks for your interest!  We won't have the specifications for a few
months, but we will be seeking funding partners to enable Single Sign-On in
the Evergreen OPAC using the SAML protocol.  We think it will be really
useful for libraries that want to save patrons the hassle of keeping track
of yet more credentials and also have access to a SAML-compatible Single
Sign-On server.

  - Jane

On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 1:21 PM Lucien Kress <lkr...@masslnc.org> wrote:

In fact, I've been meaning to post information about our next two sprints
in the Angular Acquisitions project <http://masslnc.org/node/3382>, for
which we will be fundraising in earnest this month. I'll try to do that
before my (Pacific Time) day is over.

We also have an upcoming project to consolidate patron notes, alerts, and
messages into a streamlined interface <http://masslnc.org/node/3403>. We
don't have final specifications for that project, but I imagine it will
start up within a month or two.


On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 7:30 AM Terran McCanna <
tmcca...@georgialibraries.org> wrote:

Hi Stuart,

The MassLNC Development Initiative is seeking funding partners for
several community-funded projects (the largest one being the rewriting of
the Acquisitions module for the web client) - please contact Lucien Kress
at lkr...@masslnc.org for more information.

Thank you for your support!

Terran McCanna, PINES Program Manager

Georgia Public Library Service | University System of Georgia

1800 Century Place NE Suite 580 l Atlanta, GA 30345

(404) 235-7138 | tmcca...@georgialibraries.org

http://help.georgialibraries.org | h...@help.georgialibraries.org


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On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 10:21 AM Forrest, Stuart <sforr...@bcgov.net>


SCLENDS Consortium is interested in contributing to any development
projects that are either in the works or about to be. Does someone have a
list of these or can make some suggestions.

Any information would be greatly received.



Stuart Forrest

Library IT Analyst

Beaufort County Library

311 Scott Street


SC 29902

843 255 6450

For Leisure, For Learning, For Life.

*From:* Open-ils-general <
open-ils-general-boun...@list.georgialibraries.org> *On Behalf Of *Mariann
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Good morning Scott,



On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 7:17 AM Scott Thomas <stho...@albright.org>


Mariann Kmetz

Head of Technical Services

Parkland Community Library

4422 Walbert Ave

Allentown, Pa 18104

610-398-1361 ext 12

Lucien Kress
Interim Project Coordinator
Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative
lkr...@masslnc.org / 503-345-3343 (phone/text)

Jane Sandberg
Electronic Resources Librarian
Linn-Benton Community College
sand...@linnbenton.edu / 541-917-4655
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Sharon Herbert
Sitka Manager | BC Libraries Cooperative
Toll-free: 1-855-383-5761 x1013 | Skype: sherbert42
Email: sharon.herb...@bc.libraries.coop | Twitter @sherbertbc
Website: http://bc.libraries.coop

Living and working in Abbotsford, the traditional and unceded territory of the Máthxwi (Matsqui) First Nation and the Sema:th (Sumas) First Nation, which are both part of the Stó:lō Nation. In Halq'emeylem, Sto:lo translates as ''river'' and the Sto:lo people are called the ''people of the river".

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