Converting Old WPopac

We’re (finally) converting the old WPopac to this new site. Update: it’s moved, it works, it’s live!

The beta of this site went public at the beginning of the summer, and work was (mostly) completed just in time to welcome students back this fall.

WPopac is now called Scriblio; you can learn more about Scriblio and how it got started. We welcome everybody to search, browse, link-to, and discuss this site and the software that runs it, but most importantly we also welcome you to use it in your own library.

Notes on the conversion: The URLs are different, but I’ve got redirection in place so that links to the prototype should still work now in the real thing (but please use new URLs going forward). All the old records are here (minus anything we removed from the catalog), though I’ve not yet converted the comments.

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2 Comments

  1. daberona
    Posted July 30, 2007 at 12:23 pm | Permalink

    Why is this link showing at the bottom of the pages?
    Kwanzaa: Sources in Lamson Library »

  2. Posted September 1, 2007 at 11:54 am | Permalink

    @daberona:

    For a while that link was appearing on a lot of pages, but now it should only appear here. I’d backdated this page and now it’s the _oldest_ blog post in the site. The next oldest is our collection of Kwanzaa sources (from 2003), followed by a number of other news postings that we first converted from our old CMS to the library blog, and now into Scriblio.