News from the Voyager Product Working Group

The months since the conference in Zurich have been a quiet time for the PWG, but things will get busy again in the new year with planning for the next round of voting for enhancements.  The IGeLU PWG is working much more closely with the ELUNA group, with (so far) the coordinator from IgeLU joining […]

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Voyager PWG Update

Voyager 8.1.2 was released in July, and Voyager 8.2 is on schedule for release in Q4 2012, with field testing starting in August. Ex Libris has begun development work for Voyager 9, which is scheduled for release in late 2013. Enhancements The Enhancement Review process for Voyager 9’s core modules is complete, and the 20 […]

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Voyager PWG update

The enhancement ballot for Voyager 9.0 closed at the end of March, with over 6,600 votes recorded – a really positive outcome that allowed Voyager customers to express their priorities for development. The IGeLU PWG have worked closely with our counterparts in ELUNA to analyse the results and put forward recommendations for the top 20 […]

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Voyager 9 voting now open

The IGeLU and ELUNA Voyager PWGs are pleased to announce that the enhancements election for Voyager 9.0 is now open.  Both Product Working Groups have built a ballot that represents numerous requests for all aspects of the Voyager system.   The number of options for election is extensive, and we strongly advise each member institution to […]

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Voyager 9 ballot

Voting on enhancement requests for Voyager 9 will take place in March 2012. Both the IGeLU and ELUNA Product Working Groups have built a ballot that represents numerous requests for all aspects of the Voyager system.  The number of options for election is extensive, though we believe we have presented those requests that best represent […]

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Voyager PWG news

Voyager 8 Voyager 8.0.0 went into general release 14 July, 2011 after being field tested by 8 partner libraries. As a result of the partner testing, 3 software enhancements were added to the release, 68 defects were submitted and fixed, and 18 documentation enhancements were made before the release. The Voyager 8.0.0 Collaborative and Field […]

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Voyager PWG update

The Voyager 8.0 combined Collaborative Testing and Field Testing has begun and will last through early June 2011. Nine customers are participating, and have reported that the testing is going well.  Of those nine libraries, three are members of IGeLU, three are members of ELUNA, and three are members of both User Groups, and the […]

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Developer meets developer: Chicago 2011

Ever wondered what happens at a ‘developer meets developer’ meeting? I have been inspired by presentations from past meetings on EL Commons and wanted to find out more. So this year I packed a few Strathclyde developments into my suitcase, put on my best techie shoes, and headed off to Chicago for the Voyager developer […]

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Voyager voting – the results are in

Between October 27 and November 19, the Voyager Product Working Groups for IGeLU and ELUNA presented an enhancements election for a future minor release of Voyager, version 8.2.The NERS system was used for the balloting process. The enhancement ballot contained 143 items covering each Voyager client and most of the extension products. In total 83 […]

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Collaborative testing for Voyager 8

Volunteers needed! The IGeLU Voyager Product Working Group is seeking nominations/volunteers to take part in the collaborative testing of the Voyager 8.0 release on behalf of the Voyager user community. Collaborative testing provides an opportunity for customers to test new releases of the Voyager software, working closely with Ex Libris staff to identify critical issues […]

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