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Roadmap for Evergreen 3.2

This is a list of major enhancements slated to be released in Evergreen 3.2. 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 3.2, 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.

See the 3.1 Roadmap for examples.


  • DONE Initial steps toward Angular (v6) migration (LP1775466)


  • DONE Improvements to Patron Acquisitions Requests (LP1774277)



  • DONE Emergency Closing Handler (LP1766716)</del>
  • Test Notification Method (LP#1777677)
  • DONE Patron Alternate/Preferred Names (LP#1776020)
  • DONE Auto Renewal of Items Out (LP#1779920)
  • Alert when checking out item in patron's circ history (LP#1745623)
  • Allow others to use my account (privacy waiver) (LP#1715767)


  • DONE Storing some browser client settings at the server (LP#1750894)
  • DONE Improved sorting for record view holds and holds shelf interfaces (LP#1712854)


Public Catalog

  • DONE Batch Actions from Search Results (LP1721575)


  • DONE Upgrade report templates from XUL to Web Client internally (LP#1642344)



System Administration


User Experience/UX/Usability

Deprecation/removal of old code

  • Saying farewell to XUL. Plan TBD.
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