Some of you may remember WPopac, a proof of concept project from Casey Bisson. He wanted to see if it would be possible to run the public access catalog through blogging software, e.g., WordPress, thereby bringing some of the blogging functionality to the catalog.
Since then, he has been working with a few others to create something more stable and more shareable. Called Scriblio, it is free, open-source, and uses WordPress functionality for library records.
Another ILS 2.0 project — we haven’t had this much creativity around the online catalog since . . . the beginning of the online catalog? 😉