Time: 9:00am PDT / Noon EDT
Call-In Info: 1-641-715-3660, access code 651025
Moderator: Michael J. Giarlo
Notetaker: Peter Binkley
- Aaron Collier (chatanooga state unicorn)
- steve van tuyl (oregon state university)
- Esmé Cowles (Princeton)
- Joe Atzberger (Stanford)
- Collin Brittle (Emory)
- Anna Headley (CHF)
- Chris Colvard (Indiana University)
- Tom Johnson
- Steve, Josh, Wei (Oregon State)
- Nabeela (Michigan)
- Julie Allinson (University of London)
- Adam Wead (PSU)
- Justin Coyne (Stanford)
Roll call by timezone per following order - ensure notetaker is present (moderator)
folks outside North and South America
folks who were missed or who dialed in during roll call
- Welcome all newcomers!
- Agenda (moderator)
- Moderator/notetaker for next time (moderator)
- After call, this week's notetaker should create the agenda for the next call.
2b. User Account creation in Hyku (Giarlo): question re handling user account creation: allow open sign-up? propose: making the default not to allow open sign-up. Instead, admins add users, or hook up Hyku to institutional single-sign-on (all provided by the Devise gem). Suggestion to use environment variable to control it.
2c. Indexing Embargos and Leases (Joe Atzberger): in indexing, need to track visibility state, with changing status, which all needs to control visibility. Solr now provided date-range field which could be used to index visibility. (Have PR https://github.com/samvera/hydra-head/pull/418 in Hydra Head). Could be used to track different periods of visibility (e.g. an item that is visible for this July and next July: date-range fields get around problem of a single start-date and a single end-date). We think it's worth pursuing
2d Arkivio (Zotero plugin): is anyone using it? Does it work? https://github.com/inukshuk/arkivo - Penn State provides it, not sure if anyone is using it; Oregon State found problems. Will follow with documentation.
2e. FileSet titles and filenames: in Hyrax, can upload new version of a file, but the displayed filename does not change even if your new version had a different filename (i.e. you're replacing the content, not the metadata). ScholarSphere has fixed this (label gets updated to new filename). Note that user can change the title in the form; shouldn't overwrite title that the user set. Further discussion needed for the implications of managing title and label in this context; Giarlo will facilitate.