ILS Driver Support
Driver code to talk to various library systems is an important part of VuFind, but it can be impossible to test or modify without access to a real system. This section lists VuFind users with some familiarity with the driver code who have access to particular systems and are willing to help test and discuss driver changes.
Unless noted otherwise, these people can be reached through the vufind-tech mailing list (see the support page for details on joining).
* SirsiDynix Horizon : Peter Neish, Victorian Parliamentary Library * Sirsi Unicorn : Clay Hill, Mississippi State University * SirsiDynix Symphony : Michael Gillen, Stephen F. Austin State University * Voyager: Demian Katz, Villanova University; Jeffrey Barnett, Yale University * VTLS Virtua: University of Southern Queensland, libes AT usq NO edu SPAM au * VTLS Virtua: Eoghan Ó Carragáin, National Library of Ireland * Innovative: Dennis Ogg, Colorado State University * DAIA / OCLC PICA: Oliver Marahrens, Hamburg University of Technology * NewGenLib: Siddartha, Verus Solutions * Aleph: Vaclav Rosecky, Moravian Library * Amicus LibriSuite: Josu Moreno, Scanbit S.L. * Clavius: Josef Moravec, Municipal Library Usti nad Orlici
Please add your name to this list if you are willing to help out! There's no harm in having multiple volunteers for a single system, and your help is valued even if you aren't an expert.
ILS Support Links
These external sites may also be helpful for users of certain systems.
- vufind-unicorn project - This external project maintains the ILS side of the Unicorn driver.
- http://sourceforge.net/projects/newgenlib/files/NewGenLib/vufind/vufindfiles.zip/download - NewGenLib driver for Vufind is available at this site.