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Developer meeting: November 16, 2010

Tentatively to be held at:

  • 09:00:00 a.m. Tuesday November 16, 2010 in America/Los_Angeles
  • 12:00:00 p.m. Tuesday November 16, 2010 in Canada/Eastern
  • 04:00:00 p.m. Tuesday November 16, 2010 in UTC

Last meeting: 2010-11


Meeting takes place on IRC on the #evergreen channel on Freenode. See the Calendar for specific dates and times.

Logs and minutes

Prior to the meeting

  • Please fill out Who's who if you want to be identified more readily in the future


Times are rough guides to the expected amount of time to be spent on each agenda item.

Each item other than "introductions" should have a designated lead. Feel free to put your name down beside an item if you know the topic and can lead a coherent discussion on it!

  1. Determine the taker of minutes
  2. Determine meeting leader
  3. (1 min) Small mystery announcement - Dan Scott
    1. Mike Rylander to move further discussion of circ scripts to mailing lists
    2. Mike Rylander to move further discussion of 1.6 release support to mailing list
    3. Bill Erickson to follow up with KCLS on their opac skin code
    4. Dan Scott to follow up with SITKA folk on mobile opac: per correspondence with Steven Chan, new expected code availability date is mid-December
    5. Sharing about new serials information
    6. Check status of OpenSRF's next major release: 2.0.0-beta1 source Change log
      • Major revision to Perl infrastructure
      • Updates and polishing of Python infrastructure - including integration into script
  4. (10 min) 2.0 beta status? List of bugs targeted to the beta2 release
  5. (2 min) Schedule next meeting


  1. Scrape together minutes
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