Posts Tagged: ‘sistema de gestion de bibliotecas’

Koha 3.14 beta ya disponible!!!!!

Fuente: http://koha-community.org/koha-3-14-beta-released/

A beta release of Koha 3.14 is now available for download.

Koha 3.14 includes a number of new features, included but not limited to:

A new default theme, “Bootstrap”, for the public catalog interface. The Bootstrap theme provides a reponsive design that works well both for desktop web browsers and mobile devices.
A new course reserves module.
A new offline circulation module that is entirely browser-based.
A revamp of the serials predication system which allows for significantly more flexibility in managing patterns.
The ability to create lists of patrons.
The ability to

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Koha 3.12.5 liberado y disponible

Fuente: http://koha-community.org/koha-3-12-5-released/
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Koha is the first free and open source software library automation package
(ILS). Development is sponsored by libraries of varying types and sizes,
volunteers, and support companies from around the world.
The website for the Koha project is

http://koha-community.org/

Koha 3.12.5 can be downloaded from:

http://download.koha-community.org/koha-3.12.05.tar.gz

Installation instructions can be found at:

http://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/Installation_Documentation

OR in the INSTALL files that come in the tarball

Koha 3.12.5 is a bugfix/maintenance release.

It includes 10 enhancements and 49 bugfixes.

Enhancements in 3.12.5
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Cataloging
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10678 Allow framework selection when creating from Z39.50

Documentation
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9247

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Koha 3.14 Relesase Notes 1

Ya tenemos el primer Release Notes de la futura próxima versión de Koha 3.14, una de las grandes mejoras que incorpora el sistema es el «Course Reserves» de gran interés para centros docentes.

Fuente: http://koha-community.org/koha-3-14-release-managers-update-1/

As of the drafting of this post, I have pushed a total of 185 patches to the master branch since the beginning of my tenure as release manager. The most visible enhancement is the introduction of a module for course reserves. The course reserve module allows academic libraries to designate items

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