Committers Call 2012-05-14


  • Moderator: Chris Beer (Stanford) Naomi Dushay
  • Notetaker: Mike Stroming (Northwestern)
  • Naomi Dushay (Stanford)
  • Ben Armintor (Columbia)
  • Michael Klein (Stanford)
  • Adam Wead (Rock Hall)
  • Dan Brubaker Horst (Notre Dame)

Next meeting's notetaker and moderator

  • Moderator: Chris Beer (Stanford)
  • Notetaker: Mike Stroming (Northwestern)


  1. Call for Agenda items
  2. Hyhead release manager report - Jessie
    1. Move to next week's agenda
  3. Hyhead 4.0.1 release
    1. Move to next week's agenda
  4. Rubygems permissions for all gems for release managers
    1. Chris Beer: Should this wait for MediaShelf?  Yes
  5. Hudson progress report - Chris Beer
    1. AF 1.8.7 failures due to hash ordering
    2. Hydra-head 1.8.7 failures due to HYDRA-806
    3. documentation in rdoc, not hudson/jenkins?
    4. Chris Beer: This is almost done
    5. Naomi: Rdoc, but need to talk to MediaShelf
  7. Hyhead (model) Code refactor
    • progress
    • implications for 5.0 and 6.0 releases?
    • Naomi: Code is reorganized, models will be less confusing, lots of renaming, removed old files
    • Lots of good progress made (Naomi, Matt, Justin)
  8. have gems' .gitmodules ignore=dirty to avoid jetty in status messages?
    1. Naomi: Do people want to see the jetty is dirty message when running the tests
    2. Ben: Can still commit changes to the jetty submobdule inadvertently?
    3. Naomi: Doesn't think so, but isn't sure
    4. Chris B: Maybe some of us should mess around with this locally?
    5. Dan: Has been using the ignore for a while and has had no trouble with it.
    6. Chris B: Go for it.
  9. Workflows / Javascript stuff - Jessie Keck
    1. Move to next week's agenda
  10. Javascript stuff - Adam Wead
    • separation of Blacklight js and Hydra-Head js, yes/no?
    • what hydra-specific js functionality is planned?
    1. Let's wait for Jessie next week, move to next week's agenda
  1. Recent emails to the list
    1. None to discuss
  2. very near term work
    1. Naomi: Refactoring
  3. Jira
    1. Unassigned Version tickets no more – let's assign versions to 5 of them this call:
    2. Jira Weekly Round up from Sprint for May 14 (today):