Time: 9:00am PDT / Noon EDT
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Moderator: Michael J. Giarlo
Notetaker: Thomas Scherz
- Michael J. Giarlo (Stanford)
- steve van tuyl (Oregon State)
- Andrew Myers (WGBH)
- Glen Horton (Cincinnati)
- Thomas Scherz (Cincinnati)
- Lakeisha Robinson (Yale)
- Esmé Cowles (Princeton)
- Dean Farrell (UNC)
- Anna Headley (CHF)
- Ryan Wick (Oregon State)
- Justin Coyne (Stanford)
- Colin Gross (Michigan)
- Roll call by timezone per following order - ensure notetaker is present
- folks outside North and South America
- Eastern timezone
- Central timezone
- Mountain timezone
- Pacific timezone
- folks who were missed or who dialed in during roll call
- Call for additional agenda items (moderator)
- Gem releases
- hydra-works (Cowles) - Update is coming and this will include multiple dependencies. So if you have any work you are thinking of merging in, now is the time.
- Check-in on large PRs requiring review (moderator)
- Reverse Collection membership (Cowles) - Depends on the next hydra-works. Seeking someone to cut the hydra-works release.
- Soliciting review/comment on Sufia/CurationConcerns Consolidation Plan (Giarlo)
- Background - Document created by the Architecture Working Group (Stroop and Giarlo) includes proposed Timeline and FAQs.
- Drop comments or reviews here.
- What does it means for the current gems? (sufia and curation_concerns) They will remain available for many months, at least, for a few more versions to be released and for current work to be wrapped up.
- What is the relationship with the Plugin Working Group? - Looking to partnership on patterns of abstractions and geo-concerns integrations.
- Timeline begins now.
- Focus is now on pulling Sufia and CC together in the same branch currently living in the cc_subtree branch of Sufia. As soon as the codebases are consolidated, the work will move into the new Hyrax GitHub repo in the -labs organization, and the branch will be deleted in Sufia.
- Order in multi-valued metadata fields (Anna Headley)
- Major areas - Communicating with users. Have you ever had to explain to users about ordering of meta-data fields? Expectations around order meta-data fields?
- UM had to deal with it related with Author ordering by separating them out into separate fields
- UCSD had to introduce a formatted citation that was hand edited around the Author field.
- PSU is getting by a little longer by delaying going to RDF 2.0. Still running into problems on import and migration.
- Esme discovered similar limited/odd ordering behaviors in Fedora 4.6 and 4.7. It is his observation that this did change in Fedora.
- Moderator/notetaker for next time: