Evergreen 3.0 development update #11: meet us in Chicago

Mallard duck from the book Birds and nature (1904). Public domain image

Since the previous update, another 23 patches have been committed to the master branch.

This week also marks two maintenance releases, Evergreen 2.11.6 and 2.12.3, and most of the patches pushed were bug fixes for the web staff client.

I’m currently in Chicago for American Library Association’s Annual Conference, and the Evergreen community is holding an event today! Specifically, on Saturday, 24 June from 4:30 to 5:30 in room W177 of McCormick Place, Ron Gagnon and Elizabeth Thomsen of NOBLE will be moderating a discussion of a recent feature in Evergreen to adjust the sorting of catalog search results based on the popularity of resources. Debbie Luchenbill of MOBIUS
will also discuss Evergreen’s group formats and editions feature. Come see us!

Duck trivia

The color and patterns of duck plumage have long be studied as examples of sexual selection as a factor in evolution.


Updates on the progress to Evergreen 3.0 will be published every Friday until general release of 3.0.0. If you have material to contribute to the updates, please get them to Galen Charlton by Thursday morning.