- Beth/Accessibility description confirmed for September 18. Peter has updated the description on the registration page to include accessibility.
- Open Library Foundation forum postponed. Ginny asked us to postpone this until after WOLFcon in January.
- FOLIO Project Roadmap Update set for November 13.
- What should we put in the October slot? Eric Hartnett to ask Harry if we can move the November 13 roadmap update to October. Then skip November because of so much activity and have the FOLIO Year-in-Review early in December.
September 18: UX Design Update
|Host: Paul Moeller (Laura as backup)|
Eric confirmed Beth German for accessibility work. Peter has reached out to Beth and Filip Jakobsen with Paul to set a description.
Peter Murray to clean up the host documentation and the welcome slide deck.
November 13: FOLIO Project Roadmap Update
|Host: Eric Hartnett|
Eric to ask about moving this to October.
December: FOLIO Year-in-Review
? January ?: Chalmers Implementation (with or without ERM and Circ)
|Rachel is the "Chalmers gatekeeper" for presentations, and Forums sounds good for them.|
Early 2020 (February?): Library Data Platform
Early 2020 (February/March?): Open Library Foundation
Host: Peter Murray
?: ERM Apps (and Circ?)
Host: Eric Hartnett
It has been a while since a review of the ERM apps was done and there are some exciting things happening. Eric Hartnett to watch for the optimum time in the fall to do an update. After the start of the year, Chalmers can do an update on their implementation.
|Harry's document. Get Harry's input on when this will be ready to present to the world. Is it something we'd like to do as a Forum?|
Role of Subject-Matter Experts in FOLIO
|Keep as a FOLIO Forum.|
As a part of onboarding new people into the community. Similar to what we did in the past where we had what each of the SIG conveners talk about what they are doing and how people can get involved.
Series of presentations from PC Chair, SIG Convener, UX Designer, Product Owner, Developer – how does everyone work all together. Possibly part of the general track of WOLFcon?
Tips and Tricks for Documenting a Project
|Part of the general track of WOLFcon?|
?: "Beyond ILS” session: Research/Special Collections
Heidi Mann, Nassib, Mitchell.
On hold for now. Sebastian is confirming with participants.
Preceded by Sebastian/Christopher/Michael with a session about where we are on the project. What we've discussed with Resource Sharing, for instance.
?: Panel Discussion of Early Implementers/Adopters Partners
Session on how Chalmers went and what the plans are from others. Representatives from TAMU and UChicago.
Hold until after Chalmers has gone live and gotten their feed under themselves.
|Codex||in order to put pressure on ourselves to make some decisions around Inventory and Codex|
|Review Idea Bank|