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   *[[zzz_archive:​faqs:​evergreen_faq_3|Frequently Asked Questions about Open Source]]   *[[zzz_archive:​faqs:​evergreen_faq_3|Frequently Asked Questions about Open Source]]
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 ===== 11. How well does Evergreen integrate with other library vendor products? ===== ===== 11. How well does Evergreen integrate with other library vendor products? =====
  
-We welcome relationships with book vendors, enrichment vendors, and other services. Because Evergreen is open source and openly extensible vendors may find it easier to work with us than with proprietary vendors. ​ A 2010 survey'​s results are available here:  {{:​faqs:​evergreen-compatible_products.pdf|}} or here:  [[Evergreen Compatible Products Results Survey]] but the list of products libraries have used as Evergreen has grown is far too long to be maintained. ​ One vendor was having trouble integrating their enriched content with Evergreen but attended our first Hack-A-Way in 2012 and left with fully functioning code by their programmer being able to work directly with experienced community coders.+We welcome relationships with book vendors, enrichment vendors, and other services. Because Evergreen is open source and openly extensible vendors may find it easier to work with us than with proprietary vendors. ​ A 2010 survey'​s results are available here:  {{:​faqs:​evergreen-compatible_products.pdf|}} or here:  [[faqs:​evergreen_compatible_products_results_survey]] but the list of products libraries have used as Evergreen has grown is far too long to be maintained. ​ One vendor was having trouble integrating their enriched content with Evergreen but attended our first Hack-A-Way in 2012 and left with fully functioning code by their programmer being able to work directly with experienced community coders.
  
  
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