- Naomi Dushay
- Rick Johnson
- Simon Lamb
- Julie Meloni (notetaker)
- Molly Pickral
- Bess Sadler
- John Scofield
- Eddie Shin
- Matt Zumwalt (moderator)
- infoshare on creating fedora:fixtures rake tasks
- update on hydra-head plugin
- Matt to move hydra:fixtures to AF:fixtures
- Matt to find a time for those interested in Rails3 work to talk with Blacklight committers
- Naomi and Jessie will be working to get cucumber tests to pass for hydra-head
- Julie follow up with Jessie about insights from Blacklight re: views
- Moderator: Matt Zumwalt
- Notetaker: ??
Matt first discussed the move of Fedora/ActiveFedora-specific fixtures from hydra:fixtures to fedora:fixtures (or something similar). Naomi suggested the namespace be activefedora or AF for clear delineation (and the shorter name for less typing). Rick seconded this suggestion; no objections raised. Matt to move the fixtures and rename to AF.
Naomi indicated that there is a Hudson build of the hydra-head plugin that executes specs but still (like all hydra-related items in Hudson at the moment) fails with the same possible libxml issues as discussed in last week's call. Bess asked the clarifying question: are the tests deemed stable because they run consistently on local machines, but not on Hudson (because of issues with AF, libxml, etc?) to which Naomi responded in the affirmative.
After the agenda items, the following was also discussed/reported on:
- Eddie asked if we could have a stable place for generated docs: perhaps docs.projecthydra.org (e.g. /activefedora, /solrizer, etc)
- Rick (Notre Dame) gave an update on their Hydra head rollout (imminent!). Discussed some changes that were made to the file upload functionality, and whether that could/should be put into the old Hydrangea plugin (no) or look to add it to the new hydra-head plugin (yes)
- Naomi noted that emails from Hudson come from Bess's gmail account; discussion about config changes and need for an account to be able to authenticate for SMTP. Was decided to use email@example.com