It Takes a Village

Lyrasis with the support of an IMLS grant hosted a forum for open source software in libraries called “It Takes a Village.”  Lyrasis brought together a variety of leaders in open source projects to discuss issues related to the creation, management, and sustainability of open source systems.  The open source […]

Statement on North Carolina House Bill 2

Due to the recent passage of House Bill 2 in North Carolina, the Evergreen Oversight Board, on behalf of the Evergreen Project, has released the following statement. Our main concern is that our conference is a safe and inclusive space for all Evergreen Community members. While other organizations have cancelled […]

Evergreen Oversight Board election results

The election for new members of the Evergreen Oversight Board closed at noon EDT on Wednesday, 19 March 2014. The two winners are: Grace Dunbar, Equinox Software Ben Shum, Bibliomation The election was run by the Software Freedom Conservancy.  A total of 73 ballots were cast. The raw results are […]