Katipo Project Survival Kit

Small town software has fans in high places

27 September 2010:

New Zealand Herald article: Koha, the application that put New Zealand's open-source software community on the world map, turns 10 next month. From its beginnings as a management system for Horowhenua's Levin, Foxton, Shannon and Tokomaru libraries, Koha has spread as far afield as the United States, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

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