2017-09-27 Meeting notes



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September 27: Resource Access

Host: Sharon Wiles-Young

Presenters: Deb Lamb,  Cate Boerema (Deactivated)

Sharon Wiles-Young
  • Good demonstration of the progress and hard work of the RASIG.
  • Was the session too short? Perhaps the q/a could have been seeded with more starter questions.

October 11: FOLIO Development Process: It Takes a Community

Host: Holly Mistlebauer

Presenter: TBD


Holly wants to be sure we don't just repeat previous forum. Will cover:

  • How project structured
  • What we work on
  • Process

November 1: Roadmap Update & Demo

Host:  Eric Hartnett

Presenter: Hkaplanian, TBD


November 15: Acquisitions Update

Host: ?

Presenter: ?

Notes from the previous meeting:

    • Delay due to Charleston Conference?
    • Not sure if there is enough to present yet on RM - Acquisitions. Will check at PC.

Nov/Dec: GoKB: November 29

Host: Michael Winkler

Presenter: Jahann Rolschewski, SVBSBK

GOKb update, other updates Open Library Foundation news and work going forward

  • Will present eventually.



December 13th

End of year review:  FOLIO review


  • Emphasis will be less on coding and more on how community has grown and matured.
  • Possible presenters: Christopher Spalding, Sebastion Hammer, & Michael Winkler.
  • Would be interesting to look at success of forums
Review Idea Bank 
  • Presentations could start to look at deployment, particularly in a hosted, non-hosted environment
  • Work to prep for migrations to FOLIO. Get implementation managers on a panel.
  • Reach out to convener of Implementation SIG (January?)
  • How FOLIO is impacting libraries now: view from Cornell – wait to reach out until we have better sense of implementation timelines; How are they viewing FOLIO from a strategic perspective

Upcoming Conferences

Check Trello Board

ER&L and CIL

AND ALA midwinter- panel on open source projects- starting to hear from other projects about participating.

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