On the right, see the Tryon's in this great shot from the 1950s with their cat Boriwog at the Missouri Botanical Gardens.
I was happy to work with Dr. Michael Sundue on this project. He will be maintaining and configuring the library system and populating the library with all the great unique publications that the herbarium has to offer.
This is a great example of Open Source in action:
- Solid Debian Linux base system
- Robust Koha Integrated Library System
- Cooperation between Academia and Unix/Linux
- Sharing Academic resources through the Tryon Library
This solution gives the Library a solid base to build on and expand and it keeps their costs low. It allows them to handle things themselves and they can always call for support if they need it. Libraries are some of the oldest Open Source institutions out there and we're happy to be a small part of this project. Go Pteridophytes!
Joe Golden created the Drupal Pegevent module in 2007 for local public TV stations to use in their day to day program production scheduling, archiving and playback system integration. This module has been in day to day regular and reliable use at CCTV here in Burlington for years.
Joe created Green Mountain Linux, the precursor to Triangulus, in the fall of 2004 after leaving a Math Teaching position at The Stevens School of Peacham, a small middle school. Mr. G., as he was known to the students, greatly enjoyed teaching and exposed his students to lots of fun ideas in the world of math and computers.