abesottedphoenix writes: "The rural Library responsible for the first Open Source Library catalogue is under attack from defence contractor PTFS. More than a decade after rolling out Koha (featured elsewhere in
/. in NZ School Goes Open Source Amid Microsoft Mandate) they now find themselves in a battle to keep a generic Mori term within the public domain. The story is also covered at Radio NZ. http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/mnr/mnr-20111123-0725-horowhenua_library_astonished_us_firm_can_trademark_koha-048.mp3"