Reminder – Join us for “A Bug’s Life: From JIRA to Fix” webinar tomorrow, April 
11! Details:

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Subject: [Archivesspace_tac] Webinar Announcement: A Bug’s Life: From JIRA to 
Fix - April 11

A Bug’s Life: From JIRA to Fix

When: Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PT)
Where: Webinar at
Dial-in only option: 888-354-0094 — Access code is 731627
No registration required. The session is limited to the first 100 participants. 
Please feel free to host a webinar viewing group. The webinar will be recorded 
and available for viewing at a later date.

Webinar description:

As an application fueled by the enthusiasm and energy of an incredibly 
proactive community, ArchivesSpace development continues to grow and evolve, 
sometimes faster than it can keep up. And though each release is carefully 
examined and tested by our Testing subteam, bugs still manage to sneak their 
way into the code.

So, who ya gonna call? In this webinar, Jason Loeffler, Lydia Tang, Patrick 
Galligan, and Laney McGlohon will present an overview of an ArchivesSpace bug’s 
life cycle by examining the community’s approach to identifying, reporting, 
prioritizing, and fixing bugs. Jason will begin by describing what bugs are, 
Lydia will provide a demo on how anyone can submit a JIRA ticket, Patrick will 
share on the Development Prioritization subteam’s role, and Laney will finish 
by describing how the fix is designated into the code.
Please feel free to bring any questions you have.

Jason Loeffler (Technology Consultant, American Academy in Rome) is a developer 
with over 15 years of experience working with archives and digital collections. 
Jason is a member of the ArchivesSpace Technical Advisory Committee, the 
Integrations Subcommittee, and the Development Prioritization subteam.

Lydia Tang (Special Collections Archivist-Librarian, Michigan State University) 
has been heavily involved in ArchivesSpace activities.  She currently serves on 
the User Advisory Council and is co-leader of the Development Prioritization 
subteam.  She also has served on the Reports Sub-Committee and as chair of the 
ArchivesSpace Staff Interface Enhancement Working Group.

Patrick Galligan (Digital Archivist, Rockefeller Archive Center) oversaw the 
RAC's migration to ArchivesSpace from Archivists Toolkit, and is a member of 
the ArchivesSpace Technical Advisory Committee, the Integrations Subcommittee, 
and the Development Prioritization subteam.

Laney McGlohon (Technical Lead, ArchivesSpace) is an information scientist, 
software developer, librarian, and self-described data wrangler with seven 
years of experience working with special collections and institutional 

Who should attend:
Everyone interested in learning about bugs and the approach our community takes 
to squash fix them.

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