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Attendees

  • Tal Ayalon
  • Kimberly Chapman
  • Scott Hanrath
  • Barbara Hirschmann

  • Agustina Martínez-García
  • Beate Rajski

Discussion items

TimeItemNotes
10 minsResource review

Share highlights and takeaways from resources added since list time

40 minsEngaging stakeholdersMoving ahead with gathering input from service providers
10 minsNext stepsTo-do's

Notes

Resource review

Added resources:

Missing alternative product roadmaps

  • Fedora
  • Samvera

List is considered complete.

Engaging stakeholders

Goal: Positioning Paper: Where should DSpace go to stay relevant. Selected use cases from DSpace Positioning should be used for structuring.

Stakeholders to be engaged: 1. Certified DSpace Partners 2. National User Groups

Step 1: Engage certified DSpace partners:

  • Timeline: End of May
  • Separate online interview (1-1,5 h) with each partner and subgroups of the working group. Roadmap for the interview to be sent ahead.
  • Focus on:
    • Three things you find crucial
    • What does DSpace need to to be to stay/become a thriving open source ecosystem to service providers?
    • What is needed to position DSpace for the future for broad use areas (see DSpace Positioning)
    • Focus on clients: What kind rsp. which of your client concerns are not matched in current DSpace?
  • Possible additional input:
    • Additional feature catalog offered by service provider

Next Steps

  • Draft interview outline. Kimberly Chapman will start a document.
  • Decide on subgroups for interviews