It's 2:30am; Art is crashed out cold on the couch in the next room; Peter is Heroically porting his cold fusion interface for ezproxy administration over to php so we can demonstrate it live in roughly 6.5 hours. I seem to have come down with some nasty cold but apparently Tylenol Sinus is the best drug in the world. Everybody else left the hackfest around 1:30am after polishing off as much else as we can for tomorrow.
Jenny is reporting live from the conference on various sessions over at her anthemic theshiftedlibrarian.com. /u/l/i's own ksclarke gave a terrific overview of where the Lane Medical Library intends to head with the XOBIS project and why today. Unfortunately pub night went kind of late and i think Kevin missed our return to hackcentral, which wasn't until around 10:45pm.
Mark and I are reporting on the state of open souce in libraries and the results of the (obviously, not yet completed!) hackfest starting at 8:45. Note for next year: the report from the hackfest needs to be later in the day! Hopefully I can wake up in time to meet him for breakfast and run through our talk.
Anybody who doesn't yet know that Access is the best damn library conference anywhere should make a point of getting to Vancouver for next year's event. More soon... -dc