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Roadmap for Evergreen 3.1

This is a list of major enhancements slated to be released in Evergreen 3.1. If you are working on (or about to work on) a non-trivial enhancement that will be code-complete no later 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 3.1, 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.


  • Webstaff: Replace Grunt with Webpack + Angular 1.6 (LP#1739803)





  • Support for web staff client to be used in production. Modules to be completed this cycle include:
    • Stabilization of Hatch API and installation methods


  • Developer documentation project

Public Catalog

  • Improved My Account screens (Bug 1623062)
  • Native book carousel widget
  • Making the catalog faster
  • Social networking links in the catalog Bug 1682923
  • Read more links in catalog Bug 1424815




  • Detailed fine information in SIP2 messages
  • Allow Evergreen to act as an OAI-PMH provider Bug 1729620

System Administration

  • Improve Ubuntu 16.04 support


  • Further work on the ar-JO localization
  • Improving the i18n of the web staff client

User Experience/UX/Usability

Deprecation/removal of old code

  • Deprecation of the XUL staff client + announcement of intent to remove it in the Fall 2018 release.
  • Removal of open-ils.permacrud (LP#1680566)
faqs/evergreen_roadmap/3.1.txt · Last modified: 2022/02/10 13:34 by

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