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This meeting is a hybrid teleconference and IRC chat. Anyone is welcome to join...here's the info:

Attendees 

Agenda

  1. Islandora/F4
  2. Fedora 3 to 4 Upgration
  3. Non-container LDP RDF Sources, and handling triples about non-repository subjects (see  FCREPO-1361 - Getting issue details... STATUS )
  4. New JIRA tickets

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Minutes

  1. Skipped for lack of Islandora representatives.
  2. Michael Durbin: In discussion with Benjamin Armintor about Columbia's migration. Hope to learn from the experience and integrate any Columbia-sourced work into the migration tools. Tickets proceeding apace.
  3. Summary by Unknown User (escowles@ucsd.edu) and A. Soroka. Three issues at play:
    1. FCREPO-1396 - Getting issue details... STATUS : non-LDPC LDPRs: Use cases and request were made for this by Aaron Birkland and much discussion ensued on the mailing list. Andrew Woods put the question to a committer vote, whereupon A. Soroka unleashed a veto. Now use cases are being presented and vigorously discussed, with some resolution expected soon.
    2. FCREPO-1361 - Getting issue details... STATUS : Arbitrary-subject triples: Mostly motivated by use cases from Aaron Birkland and Tom Johnson around managing named graphs containing arbitrary triples. General agreement that much more discussion is needed to clarify the intent and scope of this kind of change. Some community RDF/linked data experts (e.g. Rob Sanderson) have opined against this.
      1. Jared Whiklo: The triplestore was externalized in Fedora 4 because there are better triplestores out there.
    3. Server-managed triples: This is the desire to let clients of the repository control whether or not server-managed triples are in play for a given resource. There was general, if quiet, agreement that this seems like a good change to make.
  4. Current tickets:
    1. A. Soroka: Java 8 related tickets: Work on Java 8 is proceeding with caution and can be tracked here: FCREPO-1399 - Getting issue details... STATUS Current expectation is that Java 8 migration will take place later this spring.
    2. Michael Durbin: Migration-related ticket FCREPO-1395 - Getting issue details... STATUS already mentioned as on plate.