Monthly Archives: April 2009

William Jessup University: a self-implemented Evergreen site

William Jessup University, in California’s Sierra Foothills, is one of a number of sites that install and maintain their own Evergreen implementations. They went live in January 2009, at the beginning of their spring semester. It’s often said that you don’t have to go it alone with Evergreen — there […]

George Duimovich on the Evergreen conference and other topics

We recently spoke to George Duimovich about what he hopes to get out of the Evergreen International Conference (May 20-22, Athens, Georgia) and about his thoughts about open source in general. (Note: George is at Natural Resources Canada, which recently signed a contract with Equinox Software for Evergreen development, but […]