Library Hi Tech has an issue devoted to Open Source out now. Some interesting articles. Here’s a TOC:

An introduction to the open source software issue Scott P. Muir (pp. 465-468)

Experiments in academic social book marking with Unalog Daniel Chudnov, Jeffrey Barnett, Raman Prasad, Matthew Wilcox (pp. 469-480)

Archimède: a Canadian solution for institutional repository Rida Benjelloun (pp. 481-489)

dbWiz: open source federated searching for academic libraries Calvin Mah, Kevin Stranack (pp. 490-503)

Open Journal Systems: An example of open source software for journal management and publishing John Willinsky (pp. 504-519)

Using open source to provide remote patron authentication Jackie Wrosch (pp. 520-525)

Creating and managing XML with open source software Eric Lease Morgan (pp. 526-540)

Creating digital library collections with Greenstone Ian H. Witten, David Bainbridge (pp. 541-560)

Taking pro-action: A survey of potential users before the availability of wireless access and the implementation of a wireless notebook computer lending program in an academic library Hugh A. Holden, Margaret Deng (pp. 561-575)

A statewide metasearch service using OAI-PMH and Z39.50 Joanne Kaczmarek, Chew Chiat Naun (pp. 576-586)

Similar interest clustering and partial back-propagation-based recommendation in digital library Kai Gao, Yong-Cheng Wang, Zhi-Qi Wang (pp. 587-597)

Lessons learned from analyzing library database usage data Karen A. Coombs (pp. 598-609)

Using screen capture software for web site usability and redesign buy-in Susan Goodwin (pp. 610-621)

via Library Web Chic