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This meeting is a hybrid teleconference and IRC chat. Anyone is welcome to join...here's the info:

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Agenda

  1. Now that the fcrepo-2508 is closed, any update on the related tickets:
    1. FCREPO-2262 - Getting issue details... STATUS
    2. FCREPO-2516 - Getting issue details... STATUS
    3. FCREPO-2420 - Getting issue details... STATUS
  2. 4.7.4 release planning

  3. Deprecating RBACL and XACML modules (related public request for maintainers)
  4. Working towards the next Import/Export release
  5. Fedora alignment to API sprint planning (Sept 11 - 22)
  6. OAuth for Fedora; Fedora on the internet?  
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  8. Status of "in-flight" tickets

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Ticket Summaries

  1. Please squash a bug!

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Minutes

Update from OR

  • Aaron Birkland won in the ideas challenge with an idea relating to API-X
  • David Wilcox was happy to see movement in the community towards the Linked Data and other key Fedora components

Closed Tickets

  • thanks Bethany Seeger for taking care of the mime type ticket, are the other related tickets resolved? 
    • 2262 and 2516 should be resolved by the fix;  2420 which might have been resolved earlier
    • Andrew Woods will verify that these are indeed resolved

4.7.4 Release Planning

  • Thanks Danny Bernstein for creating release candidate branch
  • Andrew Woods would like to walk through cherry-picked commits and tickets to be clear on which tickets will be included
  • The 4.7.4 release should be good to go (for testing to begin)
    • will need a release testing page
    • a release candidate
    • hope to get a message out next week to kick off testing

Deprecating RBACL and XACML modules

  • given no champion has come forward for those modules, they should be marked as deprecated in 4.7.4 so that in the next major release they may cease to exist
  • Andrew Woods will create a ticket and it must be completed before 4.7.4 release candidate

Import/Export release

  • 2459 import or versions might not get done, can we make it not a blocker?
  • 2518 is ready for review
  • Michael Durbin will follow up about the status of 2459
  • verification tool is close and should work
    • get import/export released ASAP
    • make sure verification tool still works against released code, then release it
    • ask for feedback on both

Fedora alignment to API sprint planning

  • first final draft of the fedora spec was released
  • forthcoming announcement about a sprint on Sept 11-22
    • generously coordinated and run by Johns Hopkins and Aaron Birkland
    • will require time beforehand to define tickets, priorities, etc.
  • time allocated following that for a second sprint
  • Los Alamos Memento folks are interested and might even provide resources to the versioning part of this effort

OAuth for Fedora?

  • motivated by work with CoS OSF at Johns Hopkins 
  • developing a "fedora provider" to allow content to be read and written into Fedora by OSF
  • Daniel Lamb asked to clarify that fedora would consume OAauth tokens from big name sources like google and such
    • yes, basic auth is terrible authenticating through a well-used authentication provider using OAuth would make things cleaner and easier
  • want to look at what Claw is doing (beyond basic auth)
    • Claw uses a Valve in tomcat (container-based, outside of fedora)
    • APIX wasn't an option then, but might make more sense for folks using alternate deployment (or implementation) of Fedora
  • want to "put fedora on the internet" (a sadly unusual case these days)
  • in the early stages, much investigation remains
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