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10 Radical Militant Librarians manage 1,091 books from 327 authors.
Database : 715.5 MiB text, 164.2 MiB covers, 258.9 MiB pictures.
4,433 Radical Militant Readers have borrowed 451,485 Books.
How are you gentlemen, All Your Books Are Belong to Us. You are on the way to destruction. You have no chance to survive, make your time. We are the Radical Militant Librarians, these are our books. We will accept no barriers between readers and our books. We will never register who borrows what and when. All books are welcome in our library (bring your own books, take off every DRM ... for great justice).
We store our books in a PostgreSQL database. Or, to be exact, we store all the paragraphs in all our books in a database. In that way it is easy to correct mistakes and spelling errors, so if you see any, you can send a message to the librarian in charge of the book. And it saves us from having to store all those ePub files, when you borrow a book we just create a new one with all the latest updates, just for you.
This gives us a lot of flexibility. We can output the books in any format we like (ePub only currently, HTML and plaintext are implemented but turned off). We can change the layout of all the books in one operation. Readers can define a different layout for each book, author or subject. Or just make their own "default" and completely change the layout of all the books they borrow.
If you want to chat, we hang out in the #readingclub channel on OFTC. Or you can try to reach email@example.com on jabber (OTR required), at Ricochet ricochet:i4oltgzz53xy7aqm, or Bitmessage BM-2cV7JNNkafKxDbJiNeLfSK8q6uPJNDQ8gj.
Sign up and you too can become a Radical Militant Librarian, or you can start by becoming a Radical Militant Reader by telling us what books you liked (or hated).
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