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  • Reflect on the 2.1.0 Release Process

15 minsTargeted Refactoring for 2.1.1

Refactoring falls into a few camps -

Backward Compatibility Legend:

BC - either no backward compatibility concerns or easy to make backward compatible
BC? - requires analysis to determine backward compatibility impact
BC - either difficult to make backward compatible or requires significant effort to achieve backward compatibility

A Few Key Proposed Refactors

  • BC - 2.1.0 created lightweight versions of admin set and collection factories. A few tests were updated. Need to refactor remaining test that use Admin sets and collections to use lightweight factories and then remove heavy factories. (Issue #2940)
  • BC - Works could also benefit from a lightweight refactoring.
  • BC? - Drying up of code in Collection Views. (Issue #1677)
  • BC? - Performance improvements around indexing (Issue #1826)
  • BC - Make new Edit Collection UI look like Work UI. (Issue #3107)
  • BC - Cleanup of participants organization - recorded in permission tempates or ACLs in Fedora. Ideally one place to check that. Should be ACLs. Refactor to get depositor info int ACL.
  • Drying up of code in Collection Views.
  • Start on Refactoring Admin sets in collections to use leightweightf actories but not all tests were modfied. Need to update tests
  • Works could also benefit from a lightweiht refactoring.
  • Make new Edit Collection UI look like Work UI.
  • (Issue #2474)
  • Additional Potential Refactors: open issues in Hyrax - 21 marked as Refactoring

Some weigh in by responsible parties on priorities. Search of open issues in Hyrax - 21 marked as Refactoring issues. See if there's another cateogry category that should be considered.


10 minsRecent Hyrax Activity
  • Hyrax Working Group
  • Analytics
  • Bulk
  • Accessibility


15 minsRepository Certifications and Hyrax

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