|Product Council Update||Dracine Hodges|
|Subgroup Updates and Other Updates|
Data Import: New prototype from Filip, next week hopefully to show.
Search Subgroup: Started working on search parameters.
|Face to face meeting preparation||Laura Wright|
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Links to Zoom for each session will be added to these documents.
Let's go over the topics we plan to discuss, confirm need for Zoom, and set goals.
Multiple Graphical Representations
STILL ON HOLD
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.
Note: Charlotte has added following feature description (UXPROD) in Jira:
Christie expressed hesitation about being too prescriptive about what the JSON should look like. She suggested spending time on the Functional Requirements. Suggestions for additional functional requirements were added to the Google doc: DRAFT - Multiple graphical representations in FOLIO. (Also linked above.)
The group also would like to make recommendations as to what this should look like in the FOLIO interface. Example systems that work well?
|Future meeting topics|
Rename the Notes accordion in Instance, Holdings, Item and Container record to be renamed, in order to distinguish between the new Notes app (https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BMitl09O4C_cg2cN34T5ofZ88Xg3ub3RysDfS6Vue20/edit#slide=id.p) and the notes we have in the metadata records.
Inventory Permissions (
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)
Authority Data and Inventory Vision (small group work first)
Item record statuses and the apps that affect them
Music / Maps / Media cataloging review of data elements in Inventory
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