[Archivesspace_Users_Group] Any progress on AR1134 (ingesting EAD <dimensions> and <physfacet>)?

Chris Fitzpatrick Chris.Fitzpatrick at lyrasis.org
Thu Mar 3 14:18:54 EST 2016


"icebox" is concept from PivotalTracker that we carried over to JIRA when we migrated. It means that it's not being worked on yet.

The current sprint is actually Feb 2015 ( we changed the naming convention ), which you can see here:



This ticket was not included in this sprint. It looks like there was quite a bit of discussion about it in the comment, and there was a pull-request submitted, but it seems to be in an unfinished state.

If you could test it out and provide your thoughts, that would probably help move it along.


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Subject: [Archivesspace_Users_Group] Any progress on AR1134 (ingesting EAD <dimensions> and <physfacet>)?

I have been told that this issue is in Sprint 19, the current sprint, but the status is "icebox".  What does "icebox" mean?


One of the reasons we ar particularly interested is that many EAD descriptions of photo collections make particularly heavy use of <physfacet> and <dimensions>.



Kate Bowers
Collections Services Archivist for Metadata, Systems, and Standards
Harvard University Archives
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
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fax: (617) 495-8011
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