Call-in Information

Time: 11:00 am, Eastern Time (New York, GMT-04:00)

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  1. Don Elsborg
  2. Huda Khan 
  3. Benjamin Gross 
  4. Ralph O'Flinn 
  5. Brian Lowe (star)
  6. Michel Héon
  7. Nicolas Dickner
  8. Alexander (Sacha) Jerabek


  1. Announcements
    1. ...
  2. The i18n effort continues
    1. Update and goals of vivo-regression-tests
  3. VIVO installation: the vision and requirements
    1. VIVO should be able to be deployed by dropping vivo.war into a servlet container (e.g. Tomcat)
    2. On startup, VIVO should create ${VIVO_HOME}, if it does not exist <-- start here
    3. On startup, VIVO should download, start, and configure Solr, if it has not been configured
    4. System administrators should be able to enable i18n languages via runtime configuration files
    5. VIVO should only load i18n triples that are associated with enabled i18n languages
    6. Developers should be able to use a three-tier build to create a vivo.war for advanced customization
  4. Vitro JMS messaging approaches - redux
    1. Which architectural pattern should we take?
    2. What should the body of the messages be?
  5. Moving tickets forward
    1.  - back on your plate, Mike Conlon
  6. Who is working on what? - Are there active tickets in-progress?

  7. Incremental development initiatives
    1. Integration test opportunities with the switch to TDB - requires startup/shutdown of external Solr ..via Maven


  1. Status of In-Review tickets



  1. Huda Khan 
  2. Benjamin Gross 
  3. Ralph O'Flinn
  4. Brian Lowe 
  5. Michel Héon
  6. Nicolas Dickner
  7. Don Elsborg
  8. Sacha Jerabek

Internationalization update (Sacha primarily, plus Michel)

VIVO installation - vision and requirements

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