- Aaron Trehub, Alexis Manheim, Anya Arnold, Axel Dörrer, Brooks Travis, Charlotte Whitt, Gang Zhou, Harry Kaplanian, Ian Walls, Jana Freytag, Jesse Koennecke, Karen Newbery, Khalilah Gambrell, Kirstin Kemner-Heek, Kristin Martin, Martina Schildt, Martina Tumulla, Maura Byrne, Mike Gorrell, Owen Stephens, Paul Moeller, Sharon Wiles-Young, Stephanie Buck, Tiewei Liu, Tod Olson
Long Term Release recommendations
Goal: decision on whether to endorse
LTR document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Un5OlutEh7M2p3AzxE8g20NmdeEhrC0KCNkfd_QLkRw/edit
FOLIO is not ready for a long-term release point because libraries are actively installing each new release to get needed functionality. The recommendation of the task group was to revisit the decision at the end of calendar 2022. The document linked above contains recommendations for PC to endorse regarding back-porting of functional and security fixes until a long-term release is established.
No objections from Product Council on adopting these recommendations.
|5 min||Roadmap next steps, takeaways from Community Council discussion||Jesse Koennecke|
Current FOLIO High-level Roadmap document.
Community Council reviewed this direction and approved. There is a need for something shorter that is useful for publicizing to groups that are not intimately familiar with the development process, and Mike Gorrell put something together based on Jesse's high-level view.
Jesse is looking to get the roadmap group back together to create a wiki page that links to the high-level roadmap and bring definition to the process. Then take this roadmap work to the SIGs and Product Owners to see if this is useful and that the content matches expectations/current-work. Also get input from the Technical Council on some of the non-functional aspects of the Roadmap.
Finally, the group might look to see if there is an economical and more functional way of keeping this information as compared to Google Sheets.
Community Council, Technical Council, Capacity Planning, Product Owners updates
Is it time to rethink the purpose of "Bugfest"—searching for bugs rather than testing implementation?
POSTPONED UNTIL 2/4
|5 min||Agenda planning for the future||all|
09:32:15 From Anya to Everyone:
Massey University is live on FOLIO First library in New Zealand
09:32:48 From Tod Olson to Everyone:
congrats on the new implementations!
09:33:10 From Gang Zhou(Shanghai library) to Everyone:
09:34:00 From Jana Freytag to Everyone:
09:39:39 From Jesse Koennecke (he/him) to Everyone:
09:56:48 From Mike Gorrell to Everyone:
Have to drop - see you all later!
09:57:00 From Kristin Martin to Everyone:
09:59:09 From Kirstin Kemner-Heek to Everyone:
I need to leave for another meeting. Bye.
10:05:45 From Kristin Martin to Everyone:
Here's the Mod-OA jira project
10:06:21 From Owen Stephens to Everyone:
10:06:46 From Kristin Martin to Everyone:
10:07:02 From Kristin Martin to Everyone:
10:10:18 From Charlotte Whitt to Everyone:
10:10:22 From Charlotte Whitt to Everyone:
10:13:53 From Tod Olson to Everyone:
New Modules Evaluations are here:
10:13:54 From Tod Olson to Everyone:
10:14:20 From Tod Olson to Everyone:
And points to this document in GitHub, the Submissions section outlines expected timeframe:
10:14:28 From Tod Olson to Everyone:
Dr Freddie Mbuba
Yes, finally Massey University is live on Folio, a newcomer into the Folio Community.