please put an 'x' next to your name in the list below the "Discussion items" if you are attending. Thanks!
|Product Council Update||Dracine Hodges|
Update: Bjorn came to Product Council this morning to discuss for an "article processing charges" (APC) application. This will support a new business model for shifting to open access. The council thought it would be a great way to begin having infrastructure that could start to handle APCs. (See PC minutes for more info)
Moderators will be assigned for the face to face meeting. The sessions will be in 1 hour blocks. Groups can claim multiple blocks if needed. There will not be developer meetings, but some developers may be there.
|Face to face meeting planning||Laura Wright|
Meeting dates: June 17-19, Location/Hotel: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Washington DC - Crystal City,
300 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA 22202
Attendance fee: ~$100 ; Target number of attendees: ~120
If you are unable to attend in person and are invested in a particular topic (or more than one), let Laura know – we will find a way to set up a Zoom option
WOLFCON being planned for January 2020
Straw poll: who is planning on attending? It appears we have about 8 confirmed MM attendees, several "maybes" and at least 4 who will not be able to attend.
If you will not be attending, but are interested in participating in a particular meeting, please let Laura know. She will set up a remote participation venue.
|Subgroup Updates and Other Updates|
No updates were reported.
|Linked Data and FOLIO (FYI)|
Sebastian's slides from today's "Coffee with FOLIO"
A link to the recording will be added when available.
|Serials Receiving overview||Dennis Bridges|
Review of planned functionality in orders. User stories for Metadata Management needs?
Dennis Bridges can meet with us April 18 to discuss what is planned and what has been implemented for receiving and checking in materials.
Google Doc where we can record use cases and functional requirements that we are thinking of from an inventory/metadata perspective: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18F68B1OjG0kgrsSpbHov_WhUzsr0cFYUPXSOBrj4T_E/edit#
"Display received issues on a holdings record" is described on the Inventory Data Model. This is planned for Q2.
There is a difference between "receiving" and "serials check-in". It is up to the user where and when they will use a "check-in" workflow. Check-in can include one time orders or ongoing orders.
There can be an check-in interaction with Inventory. "Pieces" live in the receiving act. It keeps track of when something is expected or has arrived. It bridges the gap between receiving and Inventory. Often there will be an item for each piece. An example of when it a piece will not be an item: example: a CD that comes with a book.
Receiving flow vs. Checkin flow. Checkin is driven by the manual creation of piece records. The checkin workflow is on the order record. A PO has a checkin option.
For future meeting (April 25?):
Christie stated that this is a working document that she hopes everyone will read and respond to.
Functional requirement: Create an instance record and be able to have multiple graphical representations of the language, or be able to put a non-transliterated title that can be searched in other scripts.
Ann-Marie (via chat):
"So is that functional requirement 1) to transliterate on the fly, then close the window and it's gone or 2) to transliterate on the fly and then store that transliteration into the Instance/SRS?"
Group: This may be too limited. There is a search and display issue.
Laura: Please comment on this document throughout the week. Charlotte suggested consulting a Niels as a next step.
Note: Charlotte has added following feature description (UXPROD) in Jira:
|Future meeting topics|
Mapping to Inventory beyond MARC (being worked on by EAD mapping subgroup)
Authority Data (for June working meeting?)
Search enhancements - possible also look at more general requirements for defining search, e.g. when to use: Phrase search, Truncating (left and/or right), Stemming, Nested search, Boolean search, etc. (TC and MM task)
Item record statuses and the apps that affect them
Charlotte: Music cataloging review of data elements would be helpful.
Felix (via chat) "@charlotte: I could ask a colleague (from one of the 180 network libraries) if she/he could review the beta elements from a 'musical' point of view."
Texas A&M may have a music cataloger that can help.
Christie offered to load cartographic and music data from other libraries into their test FOLIO instance.
Jennifer (via chat): We should also look at video as well. Videos have other standard numbers EAN for instance and fields that people like to search and discovery them by
|X||Ann Kardos||UMass Amherst|
|Charlotte Whitt||Index Data|
|Colin Van Alstine||Smith (FC)|
|Dennis Christman||Duke University|
|Dracine Hodges||Duke University|
|Jacquie Samples||Duke University|
|Jennifer Eustis||UMass Amherst|
|Jessica Janecki||Duke University|
|Kristen Wilson||Index Data|
|x||Laura Wright||U Colo Boulder|
|Lisa Furubotten||Texas A&M|
|x||Lisa McColl||Lehigh University|
|x||Mary Alexander||Univ. of Alabama|
|Niels Erik Nielsen|
|Sarah Schmidt||Duke University|
|Wayne Schneider||Index Data|