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15 min

Welcome

  • Welcome
  • Thank you to meeting note-taker
  • Departing and new members
Kristi Park
215 min

DSpace Development Report

Update on the current status of DSpace 7 development

  • Reminder of how we got here (See "Milestones" in DSpace Release 7.0 Status)
  • DSpace releases (Project Boards on GitHub)
  • Post 7.0 development (Prioritization of features& Prioritization of 7.x features
  • 7.1 Release Status (Due Nov 1)
    • Numerous Bug fixes, accessibility fixes & other minor improvements
    • 7 likely new features (4.5 community-contributed, 2.5 funded)
      1. Item Versioning (high priority, funded)
      2. (tick) Collection Harvesting via OAI-PMH (high priority, funded)
      3. Request a Copy (high priority, 1/2 funded, 1/2 community-contributed)
      4. (tick) Import Entities via Simple Archive Format (SAF) (medium-low priority, community-contributed)
      5. Import OpenAIRE funders as Entities (unranked, community-contributed)
      6. IIIF Support (unranked, community-contributed)
      7. Simplify creating Entity using Collections for each Entity Type (unranked, port from DSpace-CRIS, mostly community-contributed)

Tim Donohue


35 min

DSpace Community Advisory Team report

  • Update on DCAT activities
Maureen Walsh
45 minWorking and Interest Group Reports

Brief updates/Q&A from Working and Interest Group representatives.

GROUP

REPORT
Governance Working Group (wiki link)
View file
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Product Visioning Working Group (wiki link)
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namedsapce-product-visioning-wg-update-2021-10-13.docx
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Marketing Interest Group (wiki link)


Kristi Park (chair, Governance Working Group)

Scott Hanrath (chair, Product Visioning Working Group)

Jenn Bielewski (chair, Marketing Interest Group)

515 min

Financial and Fundraising Report


  • Financial report (FY2021 and August 2021 reports shared in email)

End of FY20-21 Overall: Performed slightly better than budgeted

      • Budgeted for $ 12k investment; actual $ 8k
      • Overall net assets: $ 16,396

Summary of 7.0 Paid Development Costs

      • $ 317,427 overall 7.0 development (Beta 1-5 and 7.0); over 2 fiscal years
      • $ 163,227 fund-raised (over 2 fiscal years)

Notes

        • $ 8,299 in net assets as of Aug 31
        • Not yet using LYRASIS line of credit

Laurie Arp, Kristi Park

615 minElections process and timeline
  • Report on process and timeline of Leadership election
  • Report on process and timeline of Steering Group and Chair elections
  • Reference: DSpace Leadership Group
  • Open positions to be considered in the new year
    • 28 Bronze members =  elections for 3 seats  (1 seat for every 8 )
    • 12 Silver members =  elections for 3 (1 seat for every 4)
    • 10 Gold =  all have seats in governance
    • 3 Platinum =  all have seats in governance
    • 2 community-at-large seats for DSpace Community participants (non-members)
    • Other ex officio participants
Michele Mennielli
750 min

DSpace Value Proposition

Discuss and gather feedback from Leaders on the value proposition for DSpace, as a means to seed discussion and work by the Membership Engagement Group and related groups in our efforts to recruit new users and members.

Leaders will break into 4 randomly assigned groups.

We will take 25 minutes for breakout discussions and then return for 20 minutes to report out and discuss with the whole group.

Guide for breakout discussions:

  • Record group members in the notes document.
  • Identify reporter to report highlights of the discussion out to the larger group.
  • Each group will discuss the following topics/questions and report back to the full group:
      • What is the DSpace value proposition for your institution? What are the most important reasons your institution uses DSpace?
      • Which parts of the value proposition do you think are most unique to DSpace (versus true of all repository platforms)?
      • What do you think would be the most compelling arguments for DSpace membership targeted at (a) library administrators (b) repository managers (c) software developers / technology folks or (d) other audiences?
      • Who at your institution makes decisions about (a) which platforms to use and (b) where to devote financial resources to for support of open source/open access?

Breakout #1 notes

Breakout #2 notes

Breakout #3 notes

Breakout #4 notes

Kristi Park, all
95 minAny other business, as time allows

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