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Roadmap for Evergreen 2.12

This is a list of major enhancements slated to be released in Evergreen 2.12. If you are working on (or about to work on) a non-trivial enhancement that will be code-complete no later than February 6, 2017 (the scheduled feature slush), please add it here. Please include links to Launchpad bugs, blueprints, and/or online specifications describing the feature.

REMINDER: This is not a wishlist of things that we would like to see in Evergreen 2.12, nor is this page meant to be a way of requesting sponsorships for a feature. Please add your project only if you are committed to working on it or funding it and you reasonably expect that it will be done in time for community review.




  • Extend authority browse functionality
  • Merge and overlay functions will use the same profiles used in the MARC batch import/export (aka Vandelay), so that data in certain fields in the MARC record can be preserved and/or replaced. This will be available only in the web client.



  • Support for web staff client to be used in production for pilot libraries
  • Use client TZ in the database when supplied to the server (see bug 1485374)
  • Web staff (Hatch) print configuration UI, native messaging internals, and Windows installer. Bugs 1642761 and 1640255

Public Catalog

  • Add support for jQuery to the public catalog.
  • Improved responsive design for My Account screens (see bug 1623062)
  • Eliminate advanced search filters from subsequent basic search box (see bug 1005040)
  • Ebook API integration (see bug 1541559)
  • Integration with Czech added content provider, (see bug 1624366)
  • Metarecord search improvements (see bug 1629108)
  • Link to sibling records on record detail page (see bug 1573734)




System Administration


  • Create new i18n pre-requisites installer target to allow for easier setup. (see bug 1649180)

User Experience/UX/Usability

  • Address Low-Hanging UI Issues in Web Client to start users off in an environment with consistent language and interfaces.

Deprecation/removal of old code

faqs/evergreen_roadmap/2.12.txt · Last modified: 2016/12/11 23:20 by bshum

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