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									10-Feb-10   9:00:47 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:          www.alatechsource.org
10-Feb-10   9:01:01 AMfrom Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:      And here's the link to the special offer! http://www
10-Feb-10   9:01:58 AMfrom Amanda Spencer to All Participants:         none but we are looking at Joomla!
10-Feb-10   9:02:05 AMfrom Catherine McMullen to All Participants:     currently WordPress but building Drupal
10-Feb-10   9:02:49 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:   We use Archival Toolkit in the Archives; but our
10-Feb-10   9:03:25 AMfrom Jim Peterson to All Participants:           I use LiveJournal
10-Feb-10   9:05:56 AMfrom Eric Gillem to All Participants:            What about the new thing, Web 3.0?
10-Feb-10   9:05:56 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:         Surprising to see so few are not using a content
10-Feb-10   9:06:21 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:         @David I agree!
10-Feb-10   9:06:27 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:          we used Blogger but are now looking at WordPre
10-Feb-10   9:06:29 AMfrom Elizabeth Moore to All Participants:        We are using it here in Dekalb but not in IT so do
10-Feb-10   9:06:42 AMfrom Joy Banks to All Participants:              We've tried in the past, but there's usually been a
10-Feb-10   9:06:44 AMfrom Jackie Elsner to All Participants:          What is SEO?
10-Feb-10   9:06:46 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:           LibGuides is the tool we use for our Subject Guid
10-Feb-10   9:06:53 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:           SEO: search engine optimization
10-Feb-10   9:06:58 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:         I've used WordPress 9self-hosted) since 2003 b
10-Feb-10   9:07:04 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Search_engine_optim
10-Feb-10   9:07:09 AMfrom Gale Burrow to All Participants:            We also use LibGuides for our Subject Guides
10-Feb-10   9:07:34 AMfrom Dominique Hallett to All Participants:      we love LibGuides - very easy to use and flexible
10-Feb-10   9:07:55 AMfrom Caroline Ubels to All Participants:         What about cost? What are we looking at for the
10-Feb-10   9:08:09 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:         I'm using my library site which is similiar to drupa
10-Feb-10   9:08:19 AMfrom Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:      Just a reminder that slides are here, as well as s
10-Feb-10   9:08:25 AMfrom Corey Condello to All Participants:         Does everyone use WordPress.com or Wordpre
10-Feb-10   9:08:38 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:         Blogger is far more open now to integrating third
10-Feb-10   9:08:46 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:         We are developing a new web site with WordPre
10-Feb-10   9:08:47 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:           but we are looking at WordPress to possibly hos
10-Feb-10   9:09:17 AMfrom Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:      Lots of great questions coming in. We'll have Lau
10-Feb-10   9:09:22 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:          www.wordpress.org
10-Feb-10   9:10:03 AMfrom Kelley Beeson to All Participants:          not sure WP is simpler than blogger though..
10-Feb-10   9:10:06 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:          free as in kitten.... or puppies - right?
10-Feb-10   9:10:27 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:         You can also run it externally hosted -- this works
10-Feb-10   9:10:44 AMfrom Caroline Ubels to All Participants:         Is WP Mac friendly??
10-Feb-10   9:10:56 AMfrom Kelley Beeson to All Participants:          I use WP on a mac with no problems.
10-Feb-10   9:10:59 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:         Some Web hosting providers, including some of
10-Feb-10   9:11:00 AMfrom Breanne Geery to All Participants:          I use WP on my Mac too.
10-Feb-10   9:11:01 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:           advantage of local WP install: own domain, can t
10-Feb-10   9:11:17 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:          Yes, and has good iphone/itouch addons
10-Feb-10   9:11:24 AMfrom Julie Albert to All Participants:           Yes, free like kittens. But nothing is completely f
10-Feb-10   9:11:30 AMfrom Kelley Beeson to All Participants:          tru' dat mick
10-Feb-10   9:12:22 AMfrom Corey Condello to All Participants:         I am having a hard time with the install...Does an
10-Feb-10   9:13:07 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:   scriblio had a good step-by-step process on insta
10-Feb-10   9:13:11 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:         go to http://codex.wordpress.org/Main_Page, you
10-Feb-10   9:13:30 AMfrom Eric Gillem to All Participants:            Can you post audio files to it?
10-Feb-10   9:13:40 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:         will word press run/act/replace as your primary w
10-Feb-10   9:13:49 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:   http://about.scriblio.net/download/
10-Feb-10   9:13:49 AMfrom Doris Munson to All Participants:           My institution is working on implementing a new
10-Feb-10   9:14:06 AMfrom Joy Banks to All Participants:              does anyone ever get tired of the "standard" them
10-Feb-10   9:14:13 AMfrom Kelliann Bogan to All Participants:         We run Wordpress with Scriblio http://archives.c
10-Feb-10   9:14:14 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:         thanks for answering my question Laura.
10-Feb-10   9:14:23 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:         @Doris Munson what is your current CMS?
10-Feb-10   9:14:40 AMfrom Jennifer Singleton to All Participants:     @Joy I do to
10-Feb-10   9:15:01 AMfrom Polly Farrington to All Participants:       Terran, Yes you can modify the css on wordpres
10-Feb-10   9:15:26 AMfrom Sherrida Crawford to All Participants:        Having the colors standard, allows us to concent
10-Feb-10   9:15:30 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            Very, very important, catagories - if you can iden
10-Feb-10   9:16:07 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     Hi Kelliann! Checked out your website yesterday
10-Feb-10   9:16:10 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           @Barbara Crespo if you have a very simple prim
10-Feb-10   9:16:10 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        Thank you, I don't really understand categories.
10-Feb-10   9:16:27 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           So, wordpress sounds to be more functional than
10-Feb-10   9:16:30 AMfrom Eric Gillem to All Participants:              What if you decide to use tags that are in no way
10-Feb-10   9:16:41 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           @David Thanks
10-Feb-10   9:16:42 AMfrom Kelliann Bogan to All Participants:           Thanks Mariecris! We are actually thinking of m
10-Feb-10   9:16:48 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           @Terran McCanna You can modify the CSS on
10-Feb-10   9:17:01 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     what are you guys hoping to move towards?
10-Feb-10   9:17:07 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     ContentDM?
10-Feb-10   9:17:09 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:             actually, I think Drupal is probably more flexable
10-Feb-10   9:17:23 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            Drupal has cck, views, and pathauto - all game c
10-Feb-10   9:17:35 AMfrom Sharon DiLeo to All Participants:             I get confused about categories and pages; I'd lik
10-Feb-10   9:17:44 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           We use the Thesis theme -- it runs on top of the
10-Feb-10   9:17:45 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        Joomla and NetDotNuke are similar to Drupal in
10-Feb-10   9:17:59 AMfrom Natalie Wright to All Participants:           We're setting up joomla for our library currently.
10-Feb-10   9:18:17 AMfrom Sharon DiLeo to All Participants:             thanks
10-Feb-10   9:18:18 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           Categories are a hierarchical or non-hierarchival
10-Feb-10   9:18:22 AMfrom Kelliann Bogan to All Participants:           @mariecris we don't have the IT staff to support
10-Feb-10   9:18:24 AMfrom Eric Gillem to All Participants:              What if you only get people that only use words t
10-Feb-10   9:18:34 AMfrom Doris Munson to All Participants:             I believe it's Ingenex or something like that. It's b
10-Feb-10   9:18:55 AMfrom Sharon DiLeo to All Participants:             I like both, but have found WP categories (either
10-Feb-10   9:18:58 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        @Eric, you have the ability to delete comments b
10-Feb-10   9:19:03 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           Categories are descriptors. Pages are content. P
10-Feb-10   9:19:25 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           You can nest pages very easily and create traditi
10-Feb-10   9:19:29 AMfrom Stephanie Zimmerman to All Participants:      Well said David
10-Feb-10   9:19:52 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           @David -as far as code and wordpress...does ht
10-Feb-10   9:19:54 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        So, I guess I'm trying to really figure out the diffe
10-Feb-10   9:19:54 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           You can see on my self-hosted WordPress blog
10-Feb-10   9:20:21 AMfrom Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:        Thanks, David!
10-Feb-10   9:20:36 AMfrom Eric Gillem to All Participants:              @Victoria Petersen - The hypothetical situation I
10-Feb-10   9:20:40 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:            @Robin I don't know why, but my parent pages d
10-Feb-10   9:20:52 AMfrom Hakim Bishawi to All Participants:            David, did you work at Simmons College in Bosto
10-Feb-10   9:20:55 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     @Kelliann. We're lucky that we have an IT dept.
10-Feb-10   9:21:12 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           @Joshua thanks for mentioning html code
10-Feb-10   9:21:21 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           @Barbara Crespo Yes, WordPress (self-hosted)
10-Feb-10   9:21:54 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:            our bottom line is that whatever platform we choo
10-Feb-10   9:22:11 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           @Hakim Bishawi No, must be a different DM. I w
10-Feb-10   9:22:33 AMfrom Hakim Bishawi to All Participants:            Thanks David.
10-Feb-10   9:22:42 AMfrom Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:        http://www.webjunction.org/conference-tech-ess
10-Feb-10   9:22:43 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           @David - Perfect. Thanks! I am looking forward
10-Feb-10   9:23:01 AMfrom Polly Farrington to All Participants:         @chrystie some themes have the nested menus
10-Feb-10   9:23:03 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           LOVE THESIS -- it's awesome!
10-Feb-10   9:23:29 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     Never used thesis. Excited to learn more :)
10-Feb-10                                                                With
            9:23:57 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants: the Resource Guide example, is it possible
10-Feb-10                                                                (sorry, Subject Guides)
            9:24:16 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants:
10-Feb-10   9:24:59 AMfrom JIm Rickerson to All Participants:            is the subject guide a pluggin?
10-Feb-10   9:25:01 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            @katherine if you choose, depending on how yo
10-Feb-10   9:25:04 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           Should mention that you can easily install an WA
10-Feb-10   9:25:13 AMfrom Doris Munson to All Participants:             Can you please give the URL for the subject guid
10-Feb-10   9:25:14 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:            @polly thanks for that. my theme has it built in (I
10-Feb-10   9:25:18 AMfrom Suzanne Barrett to All Participants:          are you saying subject guides is a plug in or are
10-Feb-10   9:25:28 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           @David can you give an example of file permiss
10-Feb-10   9:25:31 AMfrom JIm Rickerson to All Participants:            please provide a URL for the subject guide
10-Feb-10   9:25:41 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           Of course you can also use a WAMP on a deskt
10-Feb-10   9:26:12 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           If there's time, could the speakers please addres
10-Feb-10                                                                @Mick Jacobsen -- thank you. We're using a wik
            9:26:30 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants:
10-Feb-10   9:26:41 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            godaddy and other hosts have one click installs f
10-Feb-10   9:26:44 AMfrom Lauren Stokes to All Participants:            Can this be done on wordpress.com or do you h
10-Feb-10   9:27:01 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           Yep, so does bluehost
10-Feb-10   9:27:36 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        Wordpress.org is where you can grab the open s
10-Feb-10   9:27:41 AMfrom Doris Munson to All Participants:             We use LibGuides for subject guides because it
10-Feb-10   9:27:48 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           @Barbara Crespo on a Web host -- WordPress
10-Feb-10   9:28:07 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        Wordpress.com is for a free blog only :)
10-Feb-10   9:28:26 AMfrom Laura Acker to All Participants:              We don't use chat ref, but we do have email ref a
10-Feb-10   9:28:32 AMfrom Stacy Jensen to All Participants:             not yet
10-Feb-10   9:28:33 AMfrom Breanne Geery to All Participants:            We use Meebo.
10-Feb-10   9:28:39 AMfrom Greta Wood to All Participants:               We use Meebo for our IM chat.
10-Feb-10   9:28:45 AMfrom Julie Albert to All Participants:             We are a private library and use instant messagi
10-Feb-10   9:28:48 AMfrom asra yousufuddin to All Participants:         we use meebo. slow to start, but it's picked up.
10-Feb-10   9:28:52 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:             we use meebo - it has been very successful b/c
10-Feb-10   9:28:53 AMfrom Claudia Race to Host (privately):             We use Meebo, but when we are busy, we miss
10-Feb-10   9:28:54 AMfrom Joy Banks to All Participants:                We're using Meebo, but only one librarian logs o
10-Feb-10   9:28:58 AMfrom Janet Parr to All Participants:               We use meebo too. and it's always busy.
10-Feb-10   9:29:10 AMfrom Susan Fisher to All Participants:             Just started with Meebo after 4 yrs with Trillian
10-Feb-10   9:29:13 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           Google Chat can be easily integrated into a sideb
10-Feb-10   9:29:14 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     i think we're using pigeon? I'm in the archives an
10-Feb-10   9:29:16 AMfrom Lynn Elliott to All Participants:             we participate with statewide ask a librarian and
10-Feb-10   9:29:17 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        We use an AskColorado link, a statewide chat re
10-Feb-10   9:29:19 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            Chat ref. has exploded for us once the code was
10-Feb-10   9:29:25 AMfrom Jason Gonzales to All Participants:           We have been using QuestionPoint for several y
10-Feb-10   9:29:34 AMfrom Kathy Eby to All Participants:                We use MEEBO, it works fine, very little use so f
10-Feb-10   9:29:34 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        @Lynn Elliott, are you from Colorado?
10-Feb-10   9:29:39 AMfrom Patricia Higginbottom to All Participants:    We use LibraryH3lp and get lots of chats
10-Feb-10                                                                We
            9:29:48 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants: haven't started chat reference. There has be
10-Feb-10   9:29:48 AMfrom Gale Burrow to All Participants:              we used to use Meebo. now we use Libh3lp, nad
10-Feb-10   9:29:49 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:             we are looking at LibraryH3lp to replace meebo -
10-Feb-10   9:29:51 AMfrom Corey Condello to All Participants:           There are a few WP.com themes with a lot of wid
10-Feb-10   9:29:51 AMfrom Janet Parr to All Participants:               that's a good idea to place it in OPAC
10-Feb-10   9:30:05 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           WordPress.com is far more limiting than the self
10-Feb-10   9:30:17 AMfrom Doris Munson to All Participants:               We also use Meebo. Chat reference has becom
10-Feb-10   9:30:22 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            does wordpress have a catalog overlay?
10-Feb-10   9:30:22 AMfrom Kathy Kawasaki to All Participants:           We tried Meebo, but in a high school library too m
10-Feb-10   9:30:27 AMfrom Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:        Only 29% of you are providing chat reference.
10-Feb-10   9:30:34 AMfrom Jacqueline Vickers to All Participants:       We use Meebo but need to relocate the widget to
10-Feb-10   9:30:48 AMfrom Holly Mabry to All Participants:              Digsby and Pidgin are pretty good
10-Feb-10   9:30:53 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        Ack! Can you use Scriblio with Innovative Millenn
10-Feb-10   9:31:02 AMfrom Holly Mabry to All Participants:              Digsby and Pidgin are pretty good
10-Feb-10   9:32:35 AMfrom Shannon Wascher to All Participants:          @ patricia - Do you like libraryH3lp?
10-Feb-10   9:32:36 AMfrom Julie Albert to All Participants:             We are working on setting up Scriblio to replace
10-Feb-10   9:32:53 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:            resources on chat reference: http://www.webjunc
10-Feb-10   9:33:09 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           @David Which WP are you using .org/.com?
10-Feb-10   9:33:18 AMfrom Patricia Higginbottom to All Participants:    @shannon very much, we started with questionp
10-Feb-10   9:33:18 AMfrom Kendra Morgan to All Participants:            Link that answers earlier question about the diffe
10-Feb-10   9:33:22 AMfrom Doris Munson to All Participants:             The meebo widget is on our Ask A Librarian pag
10-Feb-10   9:33:46 AMfrom Shannon Wascher to All Participants:          @ patricia - Thanks! That is the one we have be
10-Feb-10   9:33:51 AMfrom Dale Martin to All Participants:              Does Scriblio work with WP.com or just .org?
10-Feb-10   9:34:17 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           @Kendra thanks for the link
10-Feb-10   9:34:23 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           Very nice site Laura and Michael!
10-Feb-10   9:34:30 AMfrom Kelliann Bogan to All Participants:           Here's the infor about Scriblio http://about.scriblio
10-Feb-10   9:34:58 AMfrom Julie Albert to All Participants:             We self-host so we're using .org. Don't have exp
10-Feb-10   9:35:20 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           @Barbara Crespo I'm using both, but will likely s
10-Feb-10   9:35:29 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           Agreed nice site - well organized, easy on the ey
10-Feb-10                                                                What
            9:35:31 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants: content do you include in the RSS feed you
10-Feb-10   9:35:38 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:             @Patricia what didn't you like about QuestionPo
10-Feb-10   9:35:47 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:            social networking plug-in for wordpress: http://bu

10-Feb-10   9:35:54 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:               Can you update and post remotely from outside

10-Feb-10   9:35:58 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:              We offer freatured events in our RSS feed.

10-Feb-10                                                                Is the
            9:36:09 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants: ability to post the RSS to Facebook a widg

10-Feb-10   9:36:49 AMfrom Lee Cushing to All Participants:                 how do you make an RSS feed for the website, n

10-Feb-10   9:36:55 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:               @ Barbara yes - from anywhere with internet acc

10-Feb-10   9:36:56 AMfrom Patricia Higginbottom to All Participants:       @dana to be honest it has been so long since we

10-Feb-10   9:37:13 AMfrom Polly Farrington to All Participants:            Lovely site!

10-Feb-10   9:37:26 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:               can you update remotely???

10-Feb-10   9:37:31 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:              @Josh we use Google calendar among the staff

10-Feb-10                                                                @Lee
            9:37:36 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants: Cushing -- great question. I was wonderin

10-Feb-10   9:37:53 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:               @ Barbara yes - from anywhere with internet acc


10-Feb-10   9:37:59 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:              Yes, you can update WP sites remotely as long a

10-Feb-10   9:38:01 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:               Thanks Chrystie
10-Feb-10   9:38:31 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:               Thanks David

10-Feb-10   9:38:32 AMfrom Elizabeth Moore to All Participants:             That's what we do here

10-Feb-10   9:38:41 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:                @Patricia - thanks, just wondering since we're ge

10-Feb-10   9:39:16 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:               can we do a poll and see why type of library is us

10-Feb-10   9:39:33 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:               wow, don't even have smart phone.

10-Feb-10   9:39:50 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:              Don't know if TypePad's changed from when I us
10-Feb-10   9:39:55 AMfrom Corey Condello to All Participants:           Yes WP app for BB is great!
10-Feb-10   9:39:57 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           Please address if there any security issues?

10-Feb-10   9:40:01 AMfrom Jennifer Peterson to All Participants:        Excellent job, Joshua and Laura!

10-Feb-10   9:40:05 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:            Yes security

10-Feb-10   9:40:06 AMfrom Luke Gaudreau to All Participants:            How are the subject guides *implemented*? Plug

10-Feb-10   9:40:08 AMfrom Dana Longley to All Participants:             How much maintenance is required to keep WP

10-Feb-10   9:40:10 AMfrom Sylvia Baber to All Participants:             Any other online examples of cool uses for Word

10-Feb-10   9:40:10 AMfrom Amanda Spencer to All Participants:           Is there something like Scriblio for Joomla or oth
10-Feb-10   9:40:11 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            How much custom coding did it take to get your

10-Feb-10   9:40:12 AMfrom Diana Sellers to All Participants:            can you talk more about using pages for more of

10-Feb-10   9:40:19 AMfrom Fay Verburg to All Participants:              how many people are responsible for keeping all

10-Feb-10   9:40:23 AMfrom Corey Condello to All Participants:           Thank you, Joshua and Laura!
10-Feb-10   9:40:32 AMfrom Suzanne Barrett to All Participants:          I'm still confused with the subject guides, I use P

10-Feb-10   9:40:47 AMfrom Marie Cloutier to All Participants:           Does Scriblio work with my current OPAC or is it
10-Feb-10   9:40:51 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           WP.org is probably fairly secure but you'd likely w

10-Feb-10   9:40:54 AMfrom Laura Baker to All Participants:              Can a library implement more than one blog with

10-Feb-10   9:41:04 AMfrom Kelliann Bogan to All Participants:           Scriblio works with your current ILS.

10-Feb-10   9:41:04 AMfrom Sharon DiLeo to All Participants:             I think it is links using description to lable databa
10-Feb-10   9:41:06 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        Thanks, Laura and Joshua! Great information...

10-Feb-10   9:41:21 AMfrom Mick Jacobsen to All Participants:            @laura take a look at wordpress mu if you want

10-Feb-10   9:41:24 AMfrom Marie Cloutier to All Participants:           thank you Kelliann!
10-Feb-10                                                                another question regarding the resource guides
            9:41:43 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants:

10-Feb-10   9:42:16 AMfrom Julie Albert to All Participants:             @Marie - I understand it can be either. We will u

10-Feb-10   9:42:21 AMfrom Jean Amaral to All Participants:              i must be a space, but i can't find the sub guides
10-Feb-10   9:42:23 AMfrom sc baskin to All Participants:                the updates shouldn't be an issue

10-Feb-10   9:42:34 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           WP.org does not, so far as I know, allow multiple

10-Feb-10   9:42:40 AMfrom Laura Baker to All Participants:              We have wordpress mu, but it doesn't seem to o

10-Feb-10   9:42:49 AMfrom Marie Cloutier to All Participants:           @Julie- thank you, v. helpful!
10-Feb-10   9:42:58 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     I would like echo Dana Longley's question. How

10-Feb-10   9:43:13 AMfrom Adam Emter to All Participants:               How much PHP knowledge is required to produc
10-Feb-10   9:43:32 AMfrom sc baskin to All Participants:                I would like more info on the server requirements

10-Feb-10   9:43:33 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        @Adam, virtually none.

10-Feb-10   9:43:35 AMfrom Kelliann Bogan to All Participants:           @Marie yes technically you can use it without an

10-Feb-10   9:43:58 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           Ah, ok, so WP MU allows multiple blogs. Cool.

10-Feb-10   9:44:33 AMfrom Michael Porter to All Panelists:              From Twitter: If you are using LibraryH3lp at you

10-Feb-10   9:44:42 AMfrom Adam Emter to All Participants:               @Victoria Great to know. I'm pretty good at html

10-Feb-10   9:45:09 AMfrom Barbara Crespo to All Participants:           What are some good resources on PHP?

10-Feb-10   9:45:11 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           WP.org for maintenance is fairly simple. There is

10-Feb-10                                                                That
            9:45:12 AMfrom Katherine Rewinkel El-Darwish to All Participants: sounds like a lot of RSS feeds! Wow!

10-Feb-10   9:45:15 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:            we already have our own domain name www.wo

10-Feb-10   9:45:17 AMfrom Victoria Petersen to All Participants:        @Adam, I have the same knowledge set, and I'm

10-Feb-10   9:45:19 AMfrom Bohyun Kim to All Participants:               Does anyone knows this library's subject guides

10-Feb-10   9:45:20 AMfrom Robin Gardella to All Participants:           A great help with the PHP aspect is a plug in call

10-Feb-10   9:45:38 AMfrom Mariecris Gatlabayan to All Participants:     @ David Thanks!

10-Feb-10   9:46:04 AMfrom sc baskin to All Participants:                I have the same question as Barbara Henry

10-Feb-10   9:46:06 AMfrom David Mattison to All Participants:           @Barbara Henry it's possible to do that but you'd

10-Feb-10   9:46:18 AMfrom Chrystie Hill to All Participants:            http://codex.wordpress.org/Main_Page

10-Feb-10   9:46:18 AMfrom Barbara Henry to All Participants:            Thanks

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WordPress.com or Wordpres.org? I am using WordPress.com, but wanted to make the switch...I'm finding it a confusing process to DL to my
pen now to integrating third-party apps (HTML coding and Amazon links, for example) than WordPress.com, so examine both options carefu
 new web site with WordPress -- http://www.splbeta.org - very pleased with it!
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me with the install...Does anyone know of a user-friendly web guide? Sorry...new to wordpres.org.
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t tired of the "standard" themes/colors required by their institution or does it make it easier that you don't have to pick your own colors?
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modify the css on wordpress.com - costs a little bit extra money. On your own install, the sky's the limit
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you have a very simple primary Web site, yes, you could use WP as a replacement since you can create Pages with it.
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s, and pathauto - all game changers
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 uke are similar to Drupal in regards to complexity and a higher learning curve
mla for our library currently. We found it to be a middle ground between wordpress and drupal.

 archical or non-hierarchival controlled vocabulary system. You create them. Tags are keywords. There's debate about using one or the other
 have the IT staff to support open source and we outsourced our support which has been frustrating so we might move to something where I
people that only use words that debase other users?
or something like that. It's been years since I've heard anyone refer to it as anything but "CMS". The current design is at http://www.ewu.edu
ound WP categories (either way) somewhat confusing
ability to delete comments before they are made public
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very easily and create traditional pull down menus very quickly.

 de and wordpress...does html/xhtml code work and css for that matter?
 to really figure out the difference between tags and categories. Thanks, @David your content vs. descriptors explanation was great
 elf-hosted WordPress blog http://www.davidmattison.ca/wordpress my use of categories and tags.

The hypothetical situation I am talking about is if the only users who view the blog are foulmouthed and only degrade other users. An empty
why, but my parent pages don't "nest" and I can't get the pull down menus to work. haven't invested in figuring out why.
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mentioning html code
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mes have the nested menus built in, and there r plugins that will do that.

xcited to learn more :)
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wordpress.com or do you have to use wordpress.org?

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s been very successful b/c we can embed the widget on any page we want.
when we are busy, we miss questions.
but only one librarian logs on to deal with questions. Most of them are "When are you open?"
and it's always busy.
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easily integrated into a sidebar on WordPress, but found Google Chat to be very unstable.
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providing chat reference.
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riblio with Innovative Millennium?!?!?!?!!!

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re you using .org/.com?
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and Michael!
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post remotely from outside the library?

 ents in our RSS feed.

he RSS to Facebook a widget or a feature of Facebook?

 RSS feed for the website, not just wordpress?

  anywhere with internet access

 t has been so long since we switched that i can't remember, seems like monitoring and alerting were lacking




 e calendar among the staff to produce a paper version of our calendar. nice that you can incorporate that into your site so that it posts autom

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  anywhere with internet access


 WP sites remotely as long as you have a browser and access permissions. No big deal.




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 see why type of library is using Word Press -- academic, public etc.

  smart phone.

 d's changed from when I used it, but WordPress is/was different in that when you posted it was instantaneous.
re any security issues?




guides *implemented*? Plugins, handcoded, ?

nce is required to keep WP install up to date and functioning?

mples of cool uses for WordPress

 e Scriblio for Joomla or other CMSs?
oding did it take to get your website like you wanted?

out using pages for more of a static main web site?

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 the subject guides, I use PAGES to display subject guides, what are you doing specifically?

 th my current OPAC or is it a replacement? Is it easy to upload files from my current OPAC to Scriblio if I have to switch to Scriblio?
airly secure but you'd likely want your IT dept to assess it. The company is very responsive to security threats.

ent more than one blog with the .org version?

 ur current ILS.

 description to lable database
oshua! Great information... a LOT I didn't know!

 wordpress mu if you want more than one blog


arding the resource guides -- do you use tiers of pages or just the one page you've shown us with connections to useful databases?

d it can be either. We will use it standalone, but there are some upload plugins for different ILSs that reflect what's in the system, but don't r

 t i can't find the sub guides on the carnegie vincent lib website. help!


far as I know, allow multiple blogs within the same installation. B2evolution http://b2evolution.net/ is probably the best solution for that. WordP

mu, but it doesn't seem to offer the functionality of the .org version. We like the .org capabilities, but we lose the option of having more then


 a Longley's question. How much maintenance is required to keep WP site up to date?

wledge is required to produce a moderate to full-featured website using WP?
  on the server requirements



 ly you can use it without an ILS (we use it for archives so it acts as our CMS) but you can also import in your current catalog and maintain yo

 ows multiple blogs. Cool.

 re using LibraryH3lp at your library, are you embedding a chat widget on your website?

now. I'm pretty good at html and css, but I know nothing of PHP.

  resources on PHP?

 nce is fairly simple. There is an auto-update feature. The system will tell you if there's a new release and if you're comfortable with that, you c

  of RSS feeds! Wow!

 own domain name www.woodlibrary.org can we just transfer that into a wp setup?

 ame knowledge set, and I'm finding it relatively simple to find my way around PHP

 his library's subject guides link? Seem to be unable to find it.

 PHP aspect is a plug in called Open Hook.



stion as Barbara Henry

 possible to do that but you'd have to talk to your IT/system person about how.

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can install WP.org if you have your own hosted domain.

 blish a Public Library for a third World Country's capital town (Catarman, Northern Samar, Pop. 60+k) which is also the seat of a State Univ.

o a few things - a redirect, etc. but yes it is possible

 es WP MU Buddy Press for his class management system: Classes.tametheweb.com
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mment. I just surfed his sites, and they really use WP beautifully.
wordpress: http://wp4lib.bluwiki.com/

ed WP Security Scan that automatically scans your site for any issues and reports back to you.

eep hearing from some who when they update, it breaks things on their site - how often does that happen to you?

 everything before the updates

re willing and confident in allowing multiple employees to provide input on WordPress? I would think that some employees will need approva

ong your committee?

y major updates on a non-production server before you implement them on your live site. That said, I've updated my WP installation a numb



sources on PHP that you can suggest?

y hours from staff?

 add users with different levels of authority so some are adminstrators, editors, writers, etc.




to move wp.org to the live server once installed on a dev server?

ordpress.org/WordPress_Backups

ork-study students entering content into our WP site. I review their work at the end of the day and we walked through it but on Scriblio there



urevich! That's a perfect solution



s know about the WebJunction group, WordPress for Libs (wp4lib) http://www.webjunction.org/wp4lib as an excellent place to post any ques


ompany again?
t really, except as Chrystiesaid http://php.net Wikipedia's always good too for finding links.

s available on line for wordpress.org?

matic update feature -- can't be scheduled, but backs up the entire installation, which you can locally archive.



 for a non0profit histroical society with a server. Is it feasible to do so?
on.org/conference-tech-essentials-2010/articles/content/91021005 for links and soon more links




t the special TechSource offer on Joshua and Laura's fresh issue of Smart Libraries...there they address many of the details in questions co

 is the official documentation for WordPress (hosted) and a great place to start.

might be among the "choosen" today




orials. Great presentation.

presentation.




at information!
ation! Fantastic!!!!



cellent information.




 all, presenters!




anks very much




wered many questions. I look forward to using WP
earning of this online application.




 Thanks for everything.

aura and Joshua. Wonderful presentation. I learned lots.

 back for Karen McCoy's presentation in just over half an hour: http://www.webjunction.org/conference-tech-essentials-2010/-/articles/conten


 ! Bring more like this one. How about one on Drupal, etc.

 the first session. The next session will start at 10:30 am PST or 1:30 pm EST.




d by the end of the week on WebJunction: All slides from today's and yesterday's presentations are posted on WebJunction: http://www.webj

ws you to write a short summary or abstract about the post or page. Using PHP you can specify that you want to only show the excerpt, or dis

ns are archived on WebJunction site. You can also save the chat session to your local PC and use Notepad or any text editor to view it.
Joomla, Drupal and several other open source PHP CMS apps.




ce-tech-essentials-2010/articles/content/91021005
ng it a confusing process to DL to my Mac using FTP and all that.
com, so examine both options carefully.


ased on your own experience!




. You get what you pay for though.



or several years. It's a good deal. It's just an opportunity cost - my time is spent on WP rather than something else.



Press since 2003.



to allow a more controlled blogging opporunity. It should be interesting.
 have to pick your own colors?
 Pages with it.




pear as drop-down menus on the sidebar




 debate about using one or the other or both. I've always used both.
we might move to something where I feel like I have more control. the way scriblio works it requires a lot of backend work for custom

 rrent design is at http://www.ewu.edu. The redesign will look very different and my understanding is that the new software version will allow




 ptors explanation was great


 only degrade other users. An empty page isn't worth anythiing.
 guring out why.

customizion if you are happy with it's out of the box look :)

g you can set file permissions on your Web hosting server.




WordPress into that. Very cool way to show people what you'd like to do.
bility for users to leave comments.




 ve these capabilities?
the files have attributes - read, write and other permissions. In the self-hosted WP you have to set the correct permissions on the theme f




 and I are attending this conference and Handheld Librarian in part to learn more about the options for chat reference in order to present them




uy certain enhancements for WordPress.com.
mation. We point it out in library instruction sessions.
ost questions): http://en.support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/




port for advertising, etc.




at into your site so that it posts automatically! super!

gh GoogleReader, but I'm curious how they do it using WordPress
 I have to switch to Scriblio?




ctions to useful databases?

flect what's in the system, but don't replace the ILS. (We don't need most of an ILS - just the OPAC.)




bably the best solution for that. WordPress.com does allow you to have multiple blogs under one ID.

lose the option of having more then one blog.
 your current catalog and maintain your ILS. It becomes your OPAC




 if you're comfortable with that, you can click a button and it will try an auto-update. Recommendation though is that you backup your databa




which is also the seat of a State Univ. (Un. of Eastern Philippines, Enrlmt: 30K) which could be the prime Library fir the entire province. The l




nction.org/conference-tech-essentials-2010/articles/content/91021005
 some employees will need approval or the contenet would have to be reviewed first



 updated my WP installation a number of times with only very minor, correctable glitches.




alked through it but on Scriblio there is actually a for so it's very easy and there are different levels of users with different p




 an excellent place to post any questions that don't get addressed here today.
s many of the details in questions coming up: http://www.alastore.ala.org/detail.aspx?ID=2904
ech-essentials-2010/-/articles/content/90952660




ed on WebJunction: http://www.webjunction.org/conference-tech-essentials-2010

 want to only show the excerpt, or display the full post.

epad or any text editor to view it.
of backend work for custom

t the new software version will allow us to do a lot more within the CMS.
orrect permissions on the theme f




hat reference in order to present them to the rest of the staff.
ough is that you backup your database first!




Library fir the entire province. The local mayor & mun. Council are eager to assist. I'd been working w/ my own limited resources and can u
ers with different p
/ my own limited resources and can use some assistance in securing used books, used computers/other library materials to statrt-off my fund
r library materials to statrt-off my fund-raising drive. I can also use a little help to ship them to the Philippines, but we and the town can do th
pines, but we and the town can do the heavy klifting later on. Can someone out there help me? Jimmy Arcebuche (arcebuche@yahoo.com)
Arcebuche (arcebuche@yahoo.com) (508)4774803

								
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