On Jan 18, 2012, at 9:46 AM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
> Peter Murray wrote:
>> The project that I was seeking feedback on over the fall is seeing the light of day. http://foss4lib.org/ is now open for use by the community.
> On the FOSS4Lib site are a number of decision tools designed to help librarians and administrators decide whether or not open source software is something for them. One of the tools is a 40-question survey which will plot one's amenity for open sources software and hosted software solutions -- http://bit.ly/AkHzxX The tool then outlines computing solutions based on one's score. Other tools outline the costs of open source software, questions one should ask of information technology departments, and a software selection tool. Interesting!?
Thanks for calling that out, Eric. I'm also looking for ideas of new questions that similar self-guided tools could help libraries answer (and consultants that can help write them).
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