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Koha Community Announces 21.05 Release


The Koha Community, home of the world's first free and open-source library system, announced last month that the Koha 21.05 release is available. This major release includes 6 new features, 248 enhancements, 449 bugfixes. Full release notes are available at

Release Manager, Jonathan Druart, recently commented on the release!

"Thanks to those who are working every day to make Koha better day after day.

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LibLime releases LibLime Koha Version 4.2


Bethesda, MD – May 19, 2011 - LibLime is pleased to offer the latest development features and bug fixes available in LibLime Koha 4.2.
The newly developed and tested features available in LibLime Koha 4.2 include work completed since our last publicly available release in September, 2010

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LibLime Completes Development of Patron Record Ownership Functionality with Pioneer


Bethesda, MD – May 3, 2011 – LibLime announces the development of ‘Patron Record Ownership’ functionality for LibLime Koha, sponsored by the Pioneer Library Consortium.

Patron Record Ownership functionality was designed for libraries who wish to have more control over their patron records, and which staff members have permissions to create, edit, and delete those records, in LibLime Koha.

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SOPAC Integration


YourLibrarySite(TM) Now Offers SOPAC Integration.

The library website development team at (a website development initiative offered by CraftySpace, LLC) is currently integrating Social OPAC functionality with the Palos Verdes Library District's website ( YourLibrarySite is using John Blyberg's SOPAC2 Drupal module to integrate PVLD's ILS with their website. This integration empowers library patrons to review, tag and rate biblio records without leaving PVLD's website, and to view the content created by other patrons.

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Call for Collection Development Articles


The Tech Static, a new technology-related book review outlet and collection development resource for librarians launching this November, is soliciting article queries. Current needs include:

* Advice on weeding technology-related titles
* Overviews of “hot” new technologies, software, applications, certifications, or new releases for which libraries should stock updated guides
* Discussion of ways to fund useful collections of technology titles

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