This meeting is a hybrid teleconference and slack chat. Anyone is welcome to join...here's the info:


**Each week a meeting chair will be assigned based on a rotating schedule.**

(star) - denotes note taker


  1. Announcements:
    1. Fedora User Group Meeting planning underway for Sweden as part of OR
    2. Lyrasis Members Summit taking place now
  2. Pop-up/Other Topics:
    1. Josh Badal's question from Slack: https://fedora-project.slack.com/archives/C8B5TSR4J/p1708545932935199 re: Fedora tuning
    2. RC Testing Progress
  3. Migration Updates:
  4. Updates on:

    1. Open Tickets (but assigned in some cases): 
      1. FCREPO-3921 - Getting issue details... STATUS
      2. FCREPO-3920 - Getting issue details... STATUS
      3. FCREPO-3918 - Getting issue details... STATUS
      4. FCREPO-3917 - Getting issue details... STATUS
      5. FCREPO-3906 - Getting issue details... STATUS
      6. FCREPO-3897 - Getting issue details... STATUS - let's revisit this one since UI did not score high on the Tech Survey results
    2.  In Progress and older but still relevant open tickets:
      1. FCREPO-3912 - Getting issue details... STATUS
      2. FCREPO-3871 - Getting issue details... STATUS
    3. In Review:
      1. FCREPO-3919 - Getting issue details... STATUS
      2. FCREPO-3913 - Getting issue details... STATUS
  5. New tickets:

  6. Backlog Tickets to consider working:
  7. Next Meeting Chair:
    1. Chair: Arran Griffith
    2. Note Taker: James Alexander

See Rotating Schedule here  


  1. Thursday afternoon session looks like a good time to have a Fedora User Group meeting, overlaps with a COAR meeting.
  2. Lyrasis Member Summit occurring right now.
  3. Josh from AWS is working on a proof of concept of a Fedora on AWS. Working on a Fedora 4 to Fedora 6 migration. Most of the data is about 6 folders deep. Josh is tuning Fedora to try and break AWS on reindexing several thousands. Single server running 200 fcrepo indexing threads, but only 10-30 are using CPU at a time. Other threads are in a waiting state. Not sure why they are waiting. Mike mentioned that the Event Handler seemed slow and in an Archival Group it was sending actions.
  4. More testing on the RC.
  5. Demian wanted to address there is a newer version of ActiveMQ, what is the protocol for an upgrade of this type? Does ActiveMQ 6 need Java 17? It does. Should be considered for Fcrepo 7.
  6. Still testing the Solr credentials PR.

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