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DIG Agenda - July 2, 2015

This meeting will be held on the #evergreen channel on the Freenode IRC network (http://evergreen-ils.org/irc.php) beginning at 2:00 PM EST. Current and future DIG participants are encouraged to attend, and any interested members of the Evergreen Community are welcome as well. For updates, notifications, and discussion please sign up for the Evergreen Documentation Discussion List.

  1. Introductions: paste "#info <username> is <name> <affiliation>" to identify who you are and what organization, if any, you represent
  2. Updates from Content Coordinators
  3. Old Business
    1. Previous action items (see below)
    2. Progress on documenting new features in Evergreen 2.8
  4. New Business
    1. Recap of DIG hackfest in 2015 conference
  5. Ongoing Business
    1. Progress on Web Client docs
      1. Waiting until 2.8 docs are finished
      1. Waiting until 2.8 docs are finished

Previous Action items

  • yboston will reach out to krvmga for another copy of his docs to push to master
  • kmlussier will complete the marc stream importer work and check on the status of the RDA docs
  • remingtron will send out email to list about changing the file suffix in the docs repo to .asciidoc
  • all update the 2.8 outstanding features list; remove names of those that cannot continue working on assignment; post completed or incomplete files
  • kmlussier will review submitted web client docs to be included in repository
  • remingtron will contact Robert Sooullier about updating the docs sites to match the footer of the regular EG site; also to add the CC icon
  • kmlussier will add an agenda item tot he web team about updating the doc site footers to match the main site footer, as well as include the CC icon

Next Meeting: TBD

evergreen-docs/dig_meetings/20150702-agenda.txt · Last modified: 2018/04/24 14:57 by rjs7

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