Koha was initially developed in New Zealand by [http://katipo.co.nz Katipo Communications Ltd.] and first deployed in January of 2000 for [http://library.org.nz Horowhenua Library Trust]. It is currently maintained by a team of software providers and library technology staff from around the globe and is in use in over 350 libraries. While initial versions were developed for small and medium-sized libraries, Koha is now in use at large libraries including the [http://library.neu.edu.tr/cgi-bin/koha/opac-main.pl Near East University] in Cyprus with over two million titles. A [http://contribs.koha.org community exchange site] was recently opened to allow libraries to easily share contributions to the project. Koha supports a rich translation framework and has been translated into nearly a dozen languages. A [http://translate.koha.org translation site] exists to facilitate additional translations. Commercial support is available from several vendors worldwide.
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