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DIG Agenda - January TBD, 2016

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 2.9
  4. New Business
    1. Decide on January meeting (does January 7 work for everyone?)
    2. Should we plan to have a web docs hackfest? (kmlussier/yboston)
  5. Ongoing Business
    1. Progress on Web Client docs

Previous Action items

  • need a volunteer to complete the marc stream importer work and check on the status of the RDA docs
  • jihpringle will research the state of missing RDA content
  • yboston will check that kbutler recently shared work has been pushed to the repo
  • Codey Kolasinski of C/W MARS has volunteered to work with kmlussier on the MARC stream importer docs
  • yboston will move the undocumented content of the 2.8 new feature “TPAC Discoverability Enhancements” to its own section in the docs
  • kmlussier will document the general workflow for being DIG release coordinator
  • jihpringle will send out an email to the list to ask DIG members to sign up for pending 2.9 new features
  • alynn26 will write to the DIG list to start discussion on DIG priorities before the next release in March

Next Meeting: January 7, 2016 at 2:00pm EST

evergreen-docs/dig_meetings/20151203-agenda.txt · Last modified: 2018/04/24 14:39 by rjs7

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