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Cornell Stanford University







xArthur AguileraUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
Eliana LimaFenway Library Organization

Sharon BeltaineCornell University
Eric LuhrsLehigh University

Erin BlockUniversity of Colorado, BoulderxLinda MillerCornell University

Nancy BolducCornell University
Nassib NassarIndex Data

Shannon BurkeTexas A&MxElena O'MalleyEmerson

Suzette CanedaStanford University
Tod OlsonUniversity of ChicagoLloyd ChittendenMarmot
xDung-Lan ChenSkidmore CollegexJean PajerekCornell University

Lloyd ChittendenTim DannayMount Holyoke CollegeMarmotxKimberly PamplinTexas A&M University Axel DoerrerUniversity Mainz

Tim DannayMount Holyoke CollegexScott PerryUniversity of Chicago

Shelley DoljackAxel DoerrerStanford University MainzxNatalya PikulikCornell University

Stefan DombekShelley DoljackLeipzig Stanford UniversityxBob ScheierHoly Cross

Stefan DombekLeipzig University
Vandana ShahCornell University

Jennifer EustisU. Massachusetts Amherst / Five CollegeVandana ShahxLinnea ShiehStanford University

Lynne ForsWellesley College
Kimberly SmithMiddle Tennessee State University

Lisa FurubottenTexas A&M
Linnea ShiehClare SpitzerStanford University

Alissa HafeleStanford UniversityClare SpitzerStanford UniversityKara HartWellesley College
Amelia SuttonU. Massachusetts

Corrie HutchinsonIndex DataKara HartWellesley College
Simona TabacaruTexas A&M

Jamie JesanisWellesley CollegeCorrie HutchinsonIndex Data
Huey-Ning Tan

Stanford University

Jeanette KalchikxJamie JesanisWellesley College
Vitus TangStanford University
xKevin KishimotoJeanette KalchikStanford University
Irina TrapidoStanford University

Ingolf KusshbzKevin KishimotoStanford University
Catherine TuohyEmmanuel College

Alexander LaoStanford UniversityIngolf Kusshbz
Kevin WalkerThe University of Alabama

Joanne LearyAlexander LaoCornell Stanford UniversityxAngela ZossDuke University

Joanne LearyCornell University

Discussion Items




Attendance & NotesAngela

Attendance & Notes

  • Today's attendance-taker: Linda (or substitute)
  • Today's note-takers:  Team Leads for project updates

Announcements /


Upcoming meeting topics

  • Monday, May 22: WOLFcon brainstorm (CFP for WOLFcon)
  • Thursday, June 1: Brainstorm outreach activities for the SIG, set up quarterly schedule
  • Monday, June 12: Onboarding, Part 2 (tentative)
  • Thursday, June 15: TBD

Combining MM and RA/UM subgroups

Any new members?

  • Welcome/introductions

How to find our latest recordings

(Always) Recruiting New Query Developers

  • The Reporting SIG is always on the look-out for new query developers. Please let us know if you are interested in doing query development or if there are others at your institution who might be a good fit.

Updates from developmentAngela

Rolling releases for FOLIO Analytics

  • Over the last year or so, we have had formal releases of FOLIO Analytics about every four months, aligned with the FOLIO flower releases
  • As we have more institutions relying on LDP1 and Metadb instances, a delay of four months to receive new queries is often too long
  • Additionally, having many pull requests waiting to be merged causes potential file conflicts (the same file gets edited differently by different people, and then the different edits have to be resolved manually)
  • Nassib has been making changes to have pull requests merge automatically when it has three approvals
  • Instead of waiting for a flower release, Nassib will then generate releases on a much smaller scale, very soon after a change or a small group of changes are merged
  • Even with these rolling releases, the query development teams will still organize work around FOLIO flower releases
    • We will recruit review board members for each flower release
    • We will schedule a specific release to coincide with the flower release
    • We will summarize all changes merged during a single flower release cycle in a release notes document, likely on a wiki page attached to the repository
  • For institutions that are running derived table queries from FOLIO Analytics, they can choose whatever update schedule makes sense to them; they can update frequently, wait for a flower release, selectively pick releases based on desired changes, etc.

Cleaning up JIRA Issues

  • The Reporting SIG used JIRA for early report request tracking, but we've left it behind recently
  • There are over 200 report requests and another few dozen "cluster" issues we created but don't really maintain
  • Now that our development work is so reliant on GitHub and we aren't in much active conversation with the FOLIO community about reports, it's time to clean up the old JIRA issues and transition them to GitHub
  • In our development subteams, we'll be going through these issues and making decisions about closing them and whether they will be addressed with any new query development
  • Hope to have much of this cleaned up over the summer