Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm Eastern
Call-In Info: +1 (641) 715 3660, access code 651025
Moderator: Juliet Hardesty and ruth.k.tillman
Notetaker: Maggie Dickinson
Community Notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xhv5qEhpCfAKaPMz5sv-0q0Ws5yvda2prkcPatisoeM/edit?usp=sharing
Julie Hardesty (Indiana University)
Ryan Johnson (UC San Diego)
Jen Young (Northwestern University)
Ruth Tillman (Penn State University)
Maggie Dickson (Duke University)
Sarah Seymore (U of Oregon)
Julia Simic (U of Oregon)
James Griffin (Princeton University Library)
SMIG Scope & Objectives
No additional feedback received
Discussion of sunset milestones, etc.
Julie will update the wiki with revised scope and objectives
Proposal to change mapping of required metadata property:keyword - https://github.com/samvera/hyrax/issues/1505
In agreement that the mapping change is a good thing.
Concern is people who are using the old property will need to migrate it so it’s not lost.
Ruth will check in with Julie Allinson
work.is_part_of metadata attribute usage in forms conflicts with AdminSet behavior - https://github.com/samvera/hyrax/issues/1461
This is an active issue.
Concern is that dc:isPartOf was being used to connect a work to an AdminSet, which was a problem for other uses of isPartOf. Wanted a different predicate for the AdminSet use case. PCDM came up, AdminSet may become a PCDM collection. If that happened, Is Member Of could be used for this relationship.
DCE might be working on this.
Maintain order of title, creator, keyword in metadata - https://github.com/samvera/hyrax/issues/1568
Originated at Northwestern - Digital Scholarship. IR users - Author order, keyword order is important for them. They want to maintain order that user supplies. Could be useful for other work types/domains.
Other institutions (Penn State, UCSD, etc) also looking into this. MODS/RDF subgroup has had this discussion about maintaining author order. Looking at suggested new predicate: provide a literal that is a comma separated list that shows the order, paired with creator field.
Discussion of simple/complex ways to deal with this. Scholarsphere: https://github.com/psu-stewardship/scholarsphere/issues/949
Might have to use a stopgap method until we figure out how to do it better in Fedora or Samvera
Northwestern might have a projected path forward to share with community soon.
Penn State update
decided this week to use Valkyrie instead of Hyrax. Migrating a huge cultural object repository from CONTENTdm. Determined that due to size Valkyrie is the best bet, they’ll be doing some development on top of it (not sure what it will be yet - maybe Hyrax based).
Valkyrie serializes data differently from Fedora, needs an app built on top of it.
Samvera Connect metadata sessions
Can we get a session on this? Or someone could come to SMIG meeting to do a quick presentation?
SIGN JAMES UP! For talking about this at the Metadata IG. - where does it fit in the stack? What might be useful to tell our bosses and such?
Data mappers session is sort of oriented toward devs but everyone is welcome. Since everyone is new to Valkyrie it won’t be quite as developer-focused.
Metadata Interest Group meeting on Thursday November 9.
Ruth & Julie H. presenting on documenting metadata practices for migration projects.
Julie Allinson will be demoing Dog Biscuits app, modeling different types of objects in Hyrax.
Alex Dunn and Chrissy Rissmeyer presenting on using github for managing metadata
Panel on migration, will include metadata perspective (Julie H participating)
October SMIG meeting - scheduled for Oct. 24 during DLF Forum - cancel or can someone else moderate?
Informing from other IG/WG