- Carol Minton Morris (chair, DuraSpace)
Bram Luyten (Atmire) (may occasionally sit in)
- Mariya Maistrovskaya (University of Toronto)
Felicity Dykas (University of Missouri)
- Jose Carvalho (University of Minho)
Nelson Torres (University of Minho) Tom Hutchinson <email@example.com> Sarah Molloy (Queen Mary University of London) Agustina Martinez Arthur Smith
- Tim Donohue
Andrea Bollini (4Science)
- Convening efforts to reach out and deeply engage the DSpace community in the aspects of DSpace 7 development.
- Next meeting Oct 25: 11:00 PM ET on https://www.uberconference.com/duraspace
- Oct 11 meeting will take place at regular time, 12:00 PM EDT
|DSpace 7 Update||Tim|
Calling attention to: UI examples of inspirational design and functionality
Please continue to add examples to be used as reference by developers for UI components
Tim Donohue provided a DSpace 7 Update:
- Work is progressing although not as rapidly as would be ideal due to being under-resourced. Major work is being done by RSPs Atmire and 4science for which we are extremely grateful.
- Major of work has been on backend functionality (namely REST API design, best practices, and framework). This will ensure a better REST API that will operate better w the Angular UI.
- By the end of 2017/beginning of 2018 there will be more UI mock-ups to review including search enhancements and submission.
- Authentication and authorization is next up after submission and search
- Tim suggests that this group continue to capture UIs that are inspiring especially for search, submission, Authentication, and authorization: UI examples of inspirational design and functionality.
- The new DSpace entities group is looking at how DSpace might handle people (i.e. authors) and institutions beginning with with DSpace-CRIS application models
- Mariya interested in entities
- Jose working with DSpace 5 and entities pilot including a new metadata profile for OpenAir with entities by end of year—this is a local pilot for DSpace 7–will share with community by end of year
- Past review of use cases on wiki: Use Cases
- Did developers use comments/updates?
- Yes, but often the use cases are more forward looking—can’t creep DSpace 7 scope, but very useful in planning the future-looking DSpace 7 roadmap
- Continuing to enhance use cases is helpful.