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

Attendees

  1. Andrew Woods 
  2. Danny Bernstein
  3.  Ben Pennell 
  4. Jared Whiklo  
  5. Aaron Birkland  
  6. Bethany Seeger
  7. Peter Eichman 
  8. David Wilcox (star)

Agenda

  1. Announcements

    1. Volunteer to lead/facilitate next week's meeting
  2. Closing the loop on fcrepo-camel-toolbox and fcrepo4-vagrant for 5.x
    1. https://github.com/fcrepo4-exts/fcrepo4-vagrant/pull/91
    2. Open questions:  
      1. shall we remove option to turn off Authorization?
      2. Auth header support?
      3. should support for audit go away as well?
    3. Next steps: 
      1. tag and release fcrepo-camel-toolbox (5.0.0)

      2.  test and merge https://github.com/fcrepo4-exts/fcrepo4-vagrant/pull/91

      3.  create a 4.7-maintenance branch in fcrepo4-vagrant for future

      4. tag a new fcrepo4-vagrant-4.7.5-1 (that contains hawtio commit)

      5. create and merge a PR that updates the fcrepo4-vagrant/install_scripts/fedora_camel_toolbox.script to use the latest version of fcrepo-camel-toolbox (5.0.0)

      6. tag and release fcrepo4-vagrant-5.0.2

  3. PRS: 
    1. FCREPO-1889 - Getting issue details... STATUS  https://github.com/fcrepo4/fcrepo4/pull/1465
  4. Import Export "mini-sprint" Progress report
  5. Streamlining the release testing process
  6. OCFL and Fedora 6
  7. ARKs in repository workflows
  8. 5.1.0 Interest?
  9. <your discussion point here>
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Notes

Volunteer to lead/facilitate next week's meeting

  • Danny, Andrew, and David out of town next week
  • Bethany will facilitate, Jared will take notes

Closing the loop on fcrepo-camel-toolbox and fcrepo4-vagrant for 5.x

  • Danny and Jared very close on this
  • Removing native audit from fcrepo4 vagrant since this is no longer used
  • Removing option to turn off authorization in fcrepo4 vagrant
  • What about the Docker build?
    • Vagrant build is a higher priority due to upcoming training
    • May want to move to Docker in the future for development, training, etc.
  • Auth header support
    • Fedora can be configured to listen to a specific header to assign roles to an incoming user
      • e.g. a non-admin can send a header with a request to get admin access
    • Currently off by default
    • Jared will turn this back on for training purposes
  • Tag and release fcrepo-camel-toolbox 5.0.0
    • Danny, Jared and Bethany will coordinate a release once a fix is incorporated
    • 4.x maintenance branches can be created on demand
  • Tag and release fcrepo4-vagrant-5.0.2

    • Do we need a 4.7 maintenance branch?
    • No, we can do this on-demand

Pull Requests

  • FCREPO-1889 - Getting issue details... STATUS
    • Jared is done with this one
    • Some outstanding reviews to be accepted or dismissed

Import Export "mini-sprint" Progress report

  • Danny's "sprint of one"
  • Should be ready for testing soon

Streamlining the release testing process

  • Can we reduce the number of platforms we test on?
    • For example, on Windows we could just make sure it builds rather than running the full test suite
  • We can revisit this for the 5.1 release

OCFL and Fedora 6

  • Editors meeting notes
  • Some discussion about a temp directory to use while building up an object
    • Could be at the storage route
    • For production systems, draft stuff mingled with archival resources is undesirable

ARKs in repository workflows

  • Application-independent PIDs are important for resources exposed on the web
  • University of Houston did some great work with using ARKs for this purpose
  • To what degree is there interest in a call with them about this work?
  • Some interest from the Islandora community
  • Andrew can organize a call, probably as a separate special topic call

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