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  • Uschi: seems to be important because otherwise users may not receive their notifications.
  • It's a good practice to validate
  • Björn: Perhaps the tenant settings could be used to determine whether the e-mail field is mandatory or not.
  • Uschi: E-mail should not be mandatory as some GBV libraries have patrons without e-mail address.
  • Result / Action item: ???Patty will create a feature to add validation to the field.

The fields Status and Expiration date  are dependent on each other (Steffi)

  • Set Expiration date to future date → Status changes automatically to active
  • Set Expiration date to past date → Status changes automatically to inactive
  • The meaning (resp. impact) of the field Status is unclear.
  • We consider this a bug. The two fields should be able to be filled independently of each other.
  • Result / Action item: ???Patty will file a bug or feature to have these actually decoupled from each other.

The field Birth date is not validated (Steffi)

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  • Proposal: manage the user data incl. password in the campus ID System. Many US universities will intend to do this. Means you don't have to store the password in FOLIO.
  • The use of a password reset email and no ability to manually reset in GUI was intentional.
  • Uschi: What if the library doesn't use such a system?
  • Might be a solution: Change terms of use →  no use of library without e-mail address
  • Result / Action item: Patty suggests that Theodor Tolstoy presents the Chalmers SSO solution to us at one of the next meetings. Patty will reach out to Theodor to see about scheduling a time.

Extremely strict password rules (Björn)

  • It's difficult to find out which character combinations are allowed → It's not userfriendly
    • Example: no two identical letters in a row
  • Proposal: make the password strength configurable
  • Result / Action item: ???Patty will file a feature to work on this.

CAP plan JIRA issues (Erin)

  • Summary of the institution responses to MVP: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19j98iCQs41xIUXLJyArvcZwTKWuCMlZflKYkCHHwdAM/edit?usp=sharing
  • Discussing the following Jiras which did not make the CAP plan.
    • Jira
      serverFOLIO Issue Tracker
      serverId6ccf3fe4-3301-368a-983e-20c466b11a49
      keyUXPROD-1744

      • The UM SIG agrees that this is not important for MVP.

    • Jira
      serverFOLIO Issue Tracker
      serverId6ccf3fe4-3301-368a-983e-20c466b11a49
      keyUXPROD-242
      • Meaning of CAP comment is unclear. Björn: Perhaps if a field is not delivered (=empty), it will not be overwritten. Phil: But you might want to remove a field in FOLIO during import.

      • Result / Action item: Patty will ask the CAP plan group for feedback. Erin will work with Patty to write a user story for a "thin thread" v.1 of this - a flag or checkbox on record, that if checked, would cause a record to not be updated.
    • Jira
      serverFOLIO Issue Tracker
      serverId6ccf3fe4-3301-368a-983e-20c466b11a49
      keyUXPROD-1790
      • UXPROD-33 is important for Duke. Was put on hold when the Custom Fields were marked for MVP. But now CF are non-MVP.
      • Patty: meanwhile the CF development team was given other tasks. Notes could be used as an alternative to CF.
      • Erin: What about the National Library of Florence? They need CF for their FOLIO migration. Consensus - no need for specific reaching out, presumably they are seeing some information we are.
    • Jira
      serverFOLIO Issue Tracker
      serverId6ccf3fe4-3301-368a-983e-20c466b11a49
      keyUXPROD-259
      • can be closed
      • Result / Action item:
      Patty will add
      • Erin added a comment to
      that JIRA
      • the Jira since Cate Boerema was the reporter suggesting that it be closed.
  • For Q1, only a few issues will be planned; the focus will be on testing, bugfixing and stabilization.
  • So we did not identify any issues that needed to go back to CAP plan, other than seeking clarification on UXPROD-242 comment. Erin heard from Holly Mistlebauer after the SIG meeting that she was working on getting feedback on that comment.

User search facilities (Uschi)

  • Briefly scanned notes from Uschi and her test results. Erin is hoping to do some additional testing specifically about patrons with short last names.
  • Action item - Patty will write a feature about Improving Search in the Users App so that it can be ranked.
  • postponed to next meeting

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