The Samvera Community will be hosting a Developer Congress to get together and work on a variety of issues as an effort to introduce newcomers to the codebase, document our code, and continue to improve our software together. It is a companion meeting to Connect 2019 and does not form part of the conference proper; as such, a conference registration is not required to attend.
The following community members will be in attendance to lend their support, if you intend to take part in this event please add your name below:
Olin Library (map) in Instruction Room 3.
|Trey Pendragon||Princeton University Library|
|Anna Headley||Princeton University Library|
|Princeton University Library|
|Tom Johnson||UC Santa Barbara|
|Chris Colvard||Indiana University|
|Alexandra Dunn||UC Santa Barbara|
|Thomas Scherz||University of Cincinnati|
|Huawei Weng||UC San Diego|
|Brian Keese||Indiana University|
|Daniel Pierce||Indiana University|
|Adam Ploshay||Indiana University|
|Michael B. Klein||Northwestern University|
|Jacob Reed||University of Utah|
We are still populating issues to work on, but you can see the current plan here: https://github.com/orgs/samvera/projects/4
If you would like to be an advocate for something please either mention it in the Samvera Slack #developer-congress channel or bring your ideas to the Developer Congress. See you there!