[CODE4LIB] Karen Coombs joins OCLC Developer Network Team

2010-01-15 Thread Roy Tennant
Karen Coombs, well-known librarian and Web developer, has accepted a position with OCLC as the product manager for the OCLC Developer Network. [1] Currently a part-time Web Application Specialist for LISHost and library Web technology consultant, Ms. Coombs previously served for four years as

[CODE4LIB] Karen Coombs Named as Product Manager for the OCLC Developer Network

2010-01-15 Thread Charles W. Bailey, Jr.
Karen Coombs, former Head of Web Services at the University of Houston Libraries, has been named as Product Manager for the OCLC Developer Network effective 1/19/10. http://bit.ly/83Jg4V -- Best Regards, Charles Charles W. Bailey, Jr. Publisher, Digital Scholarship http://bit.ly/Z6HFx

Re: [CODE4LIB] Rails Hosting

2010-01-15 Thread B.C.Charlton
If you want to run your own VPS, go with Linode (and contact me for a referral key :)). A number of customers have switched to them since Slicehost was sold to Rackspace. +1 for linode, based on personal experience. Ben

[CODE4LIB] DASH Open Access repository developer position

2010-01-15 Thread Randy Stern
The Office for Scholarly Communication of the Harvard University Library (http://osc.hul.harvard.edu/osc.php) has a job opening for a Digital Library Software Engineer to work primarily on DSpace development of our DASH open access repository (http://dash.harvard.edu/). The DASH repository

[CODE4LIB] T-Shirt Voting Ending Soon

2010-01-15 Thread Rosalyn Metz
Hello All, This is just a quick reminder that t-shirt voting will be ending at 5pm EST. That's in one hour. So if you've haven't had a chance to vote, you might want to do so now. Rosalyn

Re: [CODE4LIB] Rails Hosting

2010-01-15 Thread Michael B. Klein
Yet another +1 for Heroku. I've had great experiences with it so far. On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 8:22 AM, Ross Singer rossfsin...@gmail.com wrote: Have you looked at Heroku (http://heroku.com/)? I've only used their freebie plan (so I have no idea how they compare pricewise), but it's been