In my experience, I haven't found anything that is as easy to use (or
even close) to EZProxy. Unless you value your time at under $5/hr., or
are a FLOSS zealot (I think of myself as a semi-zealot), it is a
bargain at $500. A significant part of that bargain is the great
community that supports it.
This is not to say, or course, that it is not possible to do this with
Squid, which was the first effective solution, or other tools.
On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 10:05 AM, phoebe ayers <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Are there any open source proxies for libraries that have been
> developed, e.g. an open source alternative to EZProxy or similar? I'm
> working with a non-profit tech foundation that is interested in
> granting access to a few licensed resources to a few hundred people
> who are scattered around the world.
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