Work, expression, manifestation, item, one, two, three, four,… a heady nursery rhyme that people working in libraries are now familiar with. Indeed, these four concepts are regularly chanted in specialised conferences and in library science classes. More broadly, they reflect an evolution of bibliographic models (LRM), cataloguing rules (RDA) and data exchange formats (Bibframe). Our French neighbours usually call this movement the “bibliographic transition”. And the rero ils project does not escape it, quite the contrary: it is fully imbued with it. The use of Bibliostratus shows this.
Since the rero Day in March 2019, two versions of rero ils have been released. They provide a consolidation of the existing system, early support of the consortial model, an improvement of the search engine and circulation notifications.
The version notes are as follows:
End of March, a new rero ils version (v0.1.0a21) was released:
- The release note lists the changes and additions.
- The public demo website : ils.test.rero.ch.
- The public demo help page : github.com/rero/rero-ils/wiki/Public-demo-help.
Below is a short description of the main new features.Read More →
You have already heard several times about rero ils, but you would like to see what it concretely looks like? To make up your own mind, get your hands dirty? How perfect: rero ils is an open source software, developed in a fully transparent approach.Read More →