Does anyone keep up on the "Juice Project"? ( http://juice-project.org ).
It's sort of an open-source framework for adding extensions to library
OPACs, similar to what the framework behind LibraryThing for Libraries or
Syndetics' ICE does, but open source. The UK ILS vendor Talis pushed it.
I watched it and to some extent promoted it when it first came out, but I
haven't followed it since. The site and community list looks quiescent, but
I'm not sure. Does anyone know about it—how its doing, how many libraries
are using it, whether any OPACs have it built in, etc.?
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