Also folks, I'm still soliciting Access Hackfest ideas -- let me know if you
Registration is now open for Access 2008, Canada's premier library
technology conference that focuses on issues relating to technology
planning, development, challenges and solutions.
*When*: Oct. 1 -
I'd try tor (http://tor.eff.org).
On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 12:41 PM, Chris Gray [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:
There are a number of services we offer that behave differently for
off-campus users vs. on-campus users (based on IP address) and testing both
behaviors is difficult while sitting
I'm not using R personally here but I've gotten a number of requests for it
to be installed on library computers, so I think it's getting pretty
On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 8:07 PM, Cloutman, David dclout...@co.marin.ca.uswrote:
Ironically, the first, and only other time, I heard of R
How about WUBI? Installs Ubuntu like a windows program - easy in, easy
On 12/13/09, Matt Amory matt.am...@gmail.com wrote:
I'm trying to get UNIX/LINUX to run on my Windows laptop. Is UWIN the best
and easiest option?
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If Hamilton would make logistical sense, I'm quite happy to do some
exploratory poking around.
On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 11:00 AM, Patrick M. Lozeau pmloz...@inlibro.comwrote:
I just chatted with a person at McGill (i.e. Amy Buckland), and we would be
glad to host the event in
If you're at all handy with Ruby I'd check out Redmine (
http://www.redmine.org/). Takes a lot of inspiration from Trac but does it
better IMHO, especially with multiple projects. Works swimmingly with
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 8:07 PM, Greg Jansen cou...@email.unc.edu
Code4Lib North is fast approaching! It's on for May 5-6, and we need your
hackfest ideas for our full day hackfest. If you've got any, please send
them along to me at john.f...@gmail.com -- I'd love to hear them and get
people working on them. Thanks!
Hey Code4lib folks!
Code4Lib 2012 is rapidly approaching and it's time to gather up some
proposals for the Code4Lib 2012 preconference sessions! We're accepting
preconference proposals for both full day and half day morning/evening
sessions. If you've got an idea, put it on the wiki! It's at
Apologies for the duplication, but I've heard at least one case of someone
not getting this.
-- Forwarded message --
From: John Fink john.f...@gmail.com
Date: Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 9:13 PM
Subject: 2012 preconference proposals wanted!
To: Code for Libraries CODE4LIB
Kinda-sorta-maybe of tangential interest to code4libbers in general (and
maybe C4LN in particular) the Great Lakes THATCamp is going to be in
London, ON this time 'round, on April 20-22. Bill Turkel is the prime mover
behind it and it is shaping up to be awesome, so if you're
If anything would get me to come to Toronto willingly with a spring in my
step, it'd be a Toronto/GTA C4L meetup. Yes, yes, absolutemente yes.
On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 8:45 AM, Chen, Janey janey_c...@ontla.ola.orgwrote:
From: Code for Libraries
We use Redmine, and we're pretty happy with it. It's often used for
software, but we've found it very helpful for a range of projects.
It does require that you run it locally iirc, and therefore will require
that you have someone who can (or can learn) to deploy Rails apps.
On 2013-01-14 1:41
My *guess* is (and more sophisticated Rubyists can chime in and tell me I'm
wrong) is that the gems that are failing on your Windows install are the
gems that have Unix-ish dependencies -- e.g., the Blather gem wants to
compile something in C and is looking for gcc or make or something you
+1 also! Yes!
On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 10:30 AM, William Denton w...@pobox.com wrote:
On 5 January 2015, Tim Ribaric wrote:
Is anyone interested in hosting the Code4Lib North 2015 meeting? I was
going to volunteer and have St. Catharines ON be the place for this year
but if someone has a
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