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Guidelines: 

  • We are changing references to "Fedora 4" to just "Fedora" and not putting in the 5.  
  • We are leaving references to "fcrepo4-data" alone.



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Quick Start2018-06-13: removed all the '4's (Joshua Westgard)

Joshua Westgard: This page may need another pass once a release candidate is ready, to verify the deployment requirements (such as required Java and Tomcat versions).

(error)Deployment Tooling

Kevin Ford: Will the elements on this page be ready/available when 5.0 arrives?  If not, is it possible to suppress the page until they are or should we put a big notice near the top or delete altogether?

Danny Bernstein: It probably won't be ready by the 5.0 launch (unless we delay it until after the second sprint). TBD.

Yinlin Chen Pending vagrant update

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Kevin Ford: I mainly changed all instances of "Fedora 4" to "Fedora 5."  The information looks accurate and I don't think anything will change with the 4-to-5 upgrade, but this should be reviewed by someone more schooled in the internals than I.  Delete this note when done, please.


Danny Bernstein:

I updated "Fedora 5" to "Fedora" since we're moving away from having the major version in the product name. Otherwise looks good.

(lightbulb)Kevin FordFeature Tour

Kevin Ford: I have a replacement for the second image on the page but I do not seem to have the requisite permission to upload it.  (Or I couldn't figure out how to.)

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Closed: Danny Bernstein


Danny Bernstein: 2018-06-13: reviewed, looks good.

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Danny Bernstein: 2018-06-13: reviewed, looks good.

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Danny Bernstein: 2018-06-13: reviewed, looks good.

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Danny Bernstein: 2018-06-13: reviewed, looks good.

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Kevin Ford: This page should be deleted.

Danny Bernstein: 2018-06-13: reviewed, deleted.

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Danny Bernstein: 2018-06-13: reviewed, looks good.

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Features

Danny Bernstein: 2018-06-13: macros were a little broken. Now fixed.

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Peter Eichman: 2018-10-01: moved Use cases to their own page, deleted this page, use Security - Authentication and Authorization as the new top-level page here


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Peter Eichman: 2018-07-19: deleted

Should be removed

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Peter Eichman: 2018-07-20: created

2018-10-10: renamed and made this the top-level page for this section

New page describing our use of Shiro AuthNZ
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Peter Eichman: 2018-09-13: deleted

Should remove references to removed authorization delegates; may also want to downplay the creation of new authorization delegates in favor of WebAC.

Remove this entirely?

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Peter Eichman: 2018-09-13: deleted

Remove this?
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Peter Eichman: 2018-09-13: moved up in the hierarchy; renamed page; separated examples into own page

Extract WebAC background info
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Peter Eichman: 2018-10-10: changed title, updated examples to match new default ACL, updated terminology to reflect current WebAC usage


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Peter Eichman

Peter Eichman: 2018-09-13: fixed examples for 5.x implementation of WebAC


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Peter Eichman: 2018-09-13: fixed examples for 5.x implementation of WebAC


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Peter Eichman: 2018-10-01: hash URI identifiers


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Peter Eichman: 2018-09-13: split off from Web Access Control page

2018-10-01: updated to use hash URI authorizations


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Peter Eichman: 2018-10-01: aligned with Shiro configuration


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2018-09-18: Peter Eichman: aligned with Shiro configuration


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2018-09-13: Peter Eichman: brought in line with Shiro servlet filter architecture


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2018-07-19: Peter Eichman: deleted

Should be removed

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Peter Eichman

2018-10-01: Peter Eichman: split off from the old Authorization page


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2018/6/13: Danny Bernstein: minor edits. Removed reference to Fedora 4 where appropriate and replaced with "Fedora".


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Kevin Ford: I have attended to any documentation or example that touches Fixity or Digest stuff.


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Revised: Kevin Ford

May 30th, 2018 13:40: work started.

May 30th, 2018 17:10: ready for review.

Kevin Ford : I'm kicking this back to you for final review, Danny Bernstein .  I made some pretty, pretty big changes.

(star)2018-06-13: Very minor changes.
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2018-06-13: Reviewed and edited.


Question: do we plan to provide restore version functionality in the UI? (I have assumed yes)
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2018-06-13: Reviewed (minor edits).


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Jared Whiklo



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Administrator Guide

(star)2018-07-05: minor edits

Took out the "4" in "Fedora 4".

Changed Tomcat 7 to Tomcat 8

Jetty details looks up to date.

(star)2018-07-05: minor edits

Cleaned up a little. Changed Tomcat 7 to Tomcat 8. Other details look okay.

(star)2018-07-05: minor editsCleaned up a little.
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(tick)2018-06-13: No changes

Reviewed:

Yinlin Chen

2018-07-12: Update contend and JNDI Configuration seems not working so deleted. Modeshape 5.x test was old so deleted. Danny Bernstein, please review


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2018-07-05: Changed Tomcat 7 to Tomcat 8 (Bethany Seeger)

Kevin Ford : No changes.

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Import and Export Tools

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Setup Camel Message Integrations

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Optional - Audit Service



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Optional - OAI-PMH Provider


Kevin Ford: This page was last relevant for Fedora 4.4 and carries a notice at the top of this fact.  Should the page even remain?

Danny Bernstein: I would say yes since there is a chance someone will be inspired to updated the module. A note welcoming a volunteer to help us improve the software here might be a good idea.

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Removed page

  • add link in parent to CLAW
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  • add link in parent to Samvera
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Reviewed and edited: Danny Bernstein

FAQs and How-TosRemoved Fedora 4 refs as well as references to infinispan. Question of whether or not we want to keep the section on Modeshape. I did for now but added a caveat regarding creating new dependencies on Modeshape.
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(star)2018-07-05: Minor edits
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2018-06-13: Danny Bernstein: minor change (removed reference to fedora 4)


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Kevin Ford

2018-07-05: Minor edits
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2018-06-13: Danny Bernstein: looks good. No changes.


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Yinlin Chen Should the cluster and JMeter section move out to the dedicated page?

Puppet script is 4 years old, we should delete it if there won't update anymore.

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2018-06-13: Danny Bernstein: looks good. No changes.

Danny Bernstein: Andrew Woods - this page is headed with a Work in Progress notice. What, if anything, is missing here?

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Is the "Durable storage" section applicable still?
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Initial check and revision: Danny Bernstein

2018-07-05: Minor edits
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Design: Binaries and Descriptions



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Glossary

Should "Managed External Content" become more simply "External Content"? 

Is the concept of "Projection" still valid?  Would it be more accurately "Proxied content"?

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Kevin Ford: Any reason this "Technical Implementation Glossary" cannot be merged with the above so there is a single Glossary?


Danny Bernstein: I would keep them separate for now.

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