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katipo

a small venomous spider, Latrodectus katipo, of New Zealand, commonly black with a red or orange stripe on the abdomen
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During SOUTHERN KATIPO 2013, forces from New Zealand and nine other nations (Australia, Canada, France, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Tonga, the United Kingdom, and the United States) responded to a request from a fictional South Pacific nation to restore law and order, which resulted in Canterbury evacuating citizens." The exercise was designed to assess the NZDF's ability to conduct a joint amphibious operation alongside a range of multinational partners.
When Katipo finished developing a system to do exactly what the library wanted, it recommended that Horowhenua choose an open source license and release the code to the world.
Nigel Harrison wrote in the journal that a venomous katipo spider, which lives in New Zealand sand dunes and attacks only in self-defence, had bitten the man.
By contrast, says Rachel Hamilton-Williams, managing director of Katipo Communications, the cost of implementing a Koha system is in the region of $3,000-s 10,000.
MAIL sorter Jane Vallance's fear of spiders got the better of her when the New Zealand post office issued a new set of limited edition insect stamps featuring the poisonous katipo spider.
We don't have poisonous animals except for the rare Katipo spider.
I am pleased the NZDF will fully participate in Exercise Talisman Sabre later this year as a further example of growing cooperation, Minister Brownlee said, and we look forward to the ADF participating in New Zealand s Exercise Southern Katipo.
Katipo.com's Koha Library System page states that developers decided "to release Koha as Free Open Source Software ...
Use of artificial cover objects for detecting katipo, Latrodectus katipo Powell (Araneae: Theridiidae).
Koha, which was developed by Katipo Communications, Ltd., is in use at the Horowhenua Library Trust in New Zealand and is maintained by a team of volunteers.
OpenBook developed as a modification of Koha, the first free open source library system created in New Zealand by the Horowhenua Library Trust and Katipo Communications, Ltd.
Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel have joined regional partners in New Zealand for Exercise Southern Katipo 2013.