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NOTE: Original name was Collections Development Sprints (aka Display Sets). All references to Display Sets in these documents can be replaced with the term Collection Extensions.
Phases:OverviewRequirementsUI/UX DesignDevelopment Sprints

Issues and PRs - procedures

Development Notes

Charter:

Scope & Objectives

This group will expand the current User Collections implementation to meet the requirements set forth in the Collection Extensions Requirements Working Group (aka Display Sets Working Group).  The work will follow mockups currently under development by the by Collection Extensions UI/UX Design Working Group.




This group will primarily be comprised of core and UI developers with support from UI/UX designers.  Members need to be able to commit to the following deliverables and timeframe.

Deliverables & Timeframe

Deliverables will include:

  • Creation of issues for the implementation
  • Implementation of Milestones 1 & 2 + Collection Types from Milestone 3  (see Requirements - Display Sets)

This group will have a virtual and in person component.  The virtual sprints are expected to begin August 7, 2017.  A one week in-person sprint hosted at University of Michigan is scheduled for August 21-25.  We hope to complete all work for the Collection extensions implementation within the 6-week sprint period. You do NOT have to participate in both the virtual and in-person sprints to be a part of the implementation team.

Sprint Timetable

DateLocationPlanned Focus1ParticipantsSupporting
(PR review &
answer questions)
July
  • Sprint planning:
    • github issues
    • sprint milestones
    • resource planning
    • communication planning

Willingness across all sprints as time allows:
  • Jeremy Friesen
  • Esme Cowles
  • Trey Pendragon

week 1: August 7-11

Virtual
  • Low hanging fruit
  • Infrastructure for core features

100% Karen Didrickson (Northwestern)
75% Lynette Rayle (Cornell)
75% Glen Horton (Cincinnati)
50% Jose Blanco (Michigan)
50% Roger Espinosa (Michigan)
100% Greg Kostin (Michigan)
75% Randall Floyd (Indiana)
75% Adam Arling (Northwestern)


week 2: August 14-18Virtual
  • Infrastructure for core features

100% Karen Didrickson (Northwestern)
75% Lynette Rayle (Cornell)
75% Glen Horton (Cincinnati)
50% Jose Blanco (Michigan)
50% Roger Espinosa (Michigan)
75% Randall Floyd (Indiana)
75% Adam Arling (Northwestern)
50% Chris Colvard (Indiana)

50% Gordon Leacock (Michigan)


week 3: August 21-25

In-Person
  • Core complex features

100% Lynette Rayle (Cornell)
100% Mike Giarlo (Stanford)
100% Glen Horton (Cincinnati)
100% Jeremy Friesen (Notre Dame)
100% Jose Blanco (Michigan)
100% (Mon-Tue) Roger Espinosa (Michigan)
40% (Wed & Thu) Greg Kostin (Michigan)
maybe - Randall Floyd (Indiana)

50% Gordon Leacock (Michigan)


week 4: August 28 - September 1Virtual
  • Core complex features
75% Lynette Rayle (Cornell)
50% Jose Blanco (Michigan)
50% Roger Espinosa (Michigan)
50% Daniel Pierce (Indiana)
50% Chris Colvard (Indiana)
50% Brian Keese (Indiana)

week 5: September 5-8

Virtual
  • Completion of complex features
  • Remaining loose ends

75% Lynette Rayle (Cornell)
50% Jose Blanco (Michigan)
50% Roger Espinosa (Michigan)
50% Daniel Pierce (Indiana)
50% Brian Keese (Indiana)


week 6: September 11-15

Virtual
  • Completion of complex features
  • Remaining loose ends

75% Lynette Rayle (Cornell)
50% Jose Blanco (Michigan)
50% Daniel Pierce (Indiana)


1 The planned focus will become better defined as we get closer to the sprint dates.



August 21-25: Face to Face Developers Congress

Lodging 

The Graduate (Dahlmann Campus Inn) - 615 East Huron Street (Group name: U-M Library Developer's Congress) 

Guests can book directly from the link: https://gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?Hotel=68631&Chain=21643&group=170820UMLI  or over the phone with their reservations department at 800-666-8693 or through the front desk at 734-769-2200.

The last day guests can book at the group rate of ($173.00 per night) is 8/7/17.


Other lodging options:

~.5 miles away from Michigan Union

Bell Tower Hotel - 300 South Thayer, Ann Arbor.

~1 mile away from Michigan Union
Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown - 120 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.
Burnt Toast Inn - 415 West William Street or 516 West Washington Street, Ann Arbor.

~3 miles away from Michigan Union
Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel - 3200 Boardwalk Drive, Ann Arbor.
Comfort Inn & Suites - 3501 South State Street, Ann Arbor.

Meeting Times & Location

Dates: Aug 21-25

Time:   9:00-5:00. 

Location:

University of Michigan


Hatcher Graduate Library, 913 S University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Monday and Tuesday:  Gallery Lab-100  Finding the room:  "We will meet on the 1st floor of Hatcher North, at a room called the Gallery Lab.  When you enter Hatcher north you'll see the circulation on the right, go straight about 20 ft, and then there is a big opening on the left, go in there, there is a room on the right called the Gallery lab."  -- Jose Blanco

Wednesday: Rm 806  Finding the room:  "We will meet on the 8th floor of Hatcher South.  From the North entrance, go to the 2nd floor and walk straight back to the South side until you see the bank of elevators.  Then take the elevator to the 8th floor.  806 is straight on from the double doors."  -- Marybeth

Thursday: Gallery Lab-100 am, Rm 806 pm

Friday: Rm 806 am, moving at 11am to Gallery Lab-100 pm


If you need a parking pass, coordinate with Nabeela Jaffer at University of Michigan.


Meals

Breakfast - Monday-Thursday (Bagels, Coffee and more..)

Lunch will be provided Thursday.

Contact Nabeela Jaffer if there is anything we need to know for food selection.

Communication Channel

Slack channel:  https://samvera.slack.com/messages/collection_extensions/

Meeting Notes


Members

Note that to be a member of a Working Group, you must have have a CLA in place if you are committing code and you must consent to release documentation under a  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License .

Putting your name on this list expresses general interest.  We will firm up commitments as the date for the sprint process draws nearer.  Sprint dates are expected to be three 2-week sprints with the first sprint beginning Aug 7 - Sept 15.

Facilitator : Lynette Rayle (Cornell)  



Sprint Documents

Issues and PRs - procedures

Code Investigation

Reference Documents

Working Group Documents

Community Documents




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