Providence 1.5 ToDo

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Important new features

  1. Object-level processes
    1. Formal deaccessioning procedure
    2. Formal location tracking procedure
    3. Object components (lightweight sub-objects)
  2. Editors
    1. Configurable editor "inspector" panel
  3. Reporting/output
    1. Continued enhancements for display template formatting system
    2. Configurable PDF-format report output
    3. Improved label and barcode output
      1. Simplified configuration of label geometry (Eg. adding label stock)
      2. Simplified configuration of label output (Eg. support for display templates on labels)
      3. Additional barcode formats
      4. Verified compatibility with common barcode printers (Epson)
  4. Web services
    1. OCLC WordCat integration
  5. General
    1. Revamped user interface design
  6. Media replication system
    1. YouTube, Vimeo targets
    2. Configurable metadata replication
  7. Media handling
    1. Improved EXIF metadata extraction and import
    2. Improved EXIF metadata embedding
    3. Enhanced display of 3d models (PLY, STL) using Three.js
    4. Support for embedded QuickTime timecode
    5. Support for gallery-like view for assets uploaded with the AttributeType "Media"
  8. Data importer
    1. Ability to import media as part of data set
    2. Ability to batch import folders of documents
    3. Ability to create video and image annotations during import
    4. Improved status display during import
    5. Expanded import mapping debugging tools
  9. Access control
    1. Source-level access control
    2. Profile support for source-, type-, and metadata-based access control — (type- and metadata- √ 2/19/14)
  10. Circulation module
    1. Improved/enhanced library-style check in/check out feature
  11. Relationship metadata attribute types
    1. Add object, place, occurrence, collection, storage location, loan?, movement?, lots? (entities already implemented)
    2. Add indexing, search and browse support
    3. Add import support



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