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Francois Prunayre
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

Jose Garcia
Hi Francois

I think it is a good idea and a first step to move forward to the microservices architecture.

For a while, while the missing features are implemented in version 4.0, it will be required to maintain 3.10 (or release 3.12). But releasing 4.0.0 I think it will be beneficial to get support to implement the missing features.

Something to check, in case it's not done yet, it's to provide a Docker composition integrating ElasticSearch and some update the schema documentation about the changes required for the new version (afaik it's mostly related to the indexing).

+1 for the release.

Regards,
Jose García

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 2:35 PM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

Francois Prunayre
Thanks Jose. https://hub.docker.com/_/geonetwork will provide the images and users can build their own using https://github.com/geonetwork/docker-geonetwork.

About indexing, the mechanism is the same and profiles can extend https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/blob/4.0.x/schemas/iso19139/src/main/plugin/iso19139/index-fields/index.xsl - I'll check the doc on this.

Francois

Le ven. 16 oct. 2020 à 08:05, Jose Garcia <[hidden email]> a écrit :
Hi Francois

I think it is a good idea and a first step to move forward to the microservices architecture.

For a while, while the missing features are implemented in version 4.0, it will be required to maintain 3.10 (or release 3.12). But releasing 4.0.0 I think it will be beneficial to get support to implement the missing features.

Something to check, in case it's not done yet, it's to provide a Docker composition integrating ElasticSearch and some update the schema documentation about the changes required for the new version (afaik it's mostly related to the indexing).

+1 for the release.

Regards,
Jose García

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 2:35 PM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

Jo Cook
Hi Francois,

I'm happy to vote +1 for releasing version 4, provided we do maintain a 3.x branch until 4 contains all the missing features.

All the best

Jo

On Fri, Oct 16, 2020 at 7:16 AM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Jose. https://hub.docker.com/_/geonetwork will provide the images and users can build their own using https://github.com/geonetwork/docker-geonetwork.

About indexing, the mechanism is the same and profiles can extend https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/blob/4.0.x/schemas/iso19139/src/main/plugin/iso19139/index-fields/index.xsl - I'll check the doc on this.

Francois

Le ven. 16 oct. 2020 à 08:05, Jose Garcia <[hidden email]> a écrit :
Hi Francois

I think it is a good idea and a first step to move forward to the microservices architecture.

For a while, while the missing features are implemented in version 4.0, it will be required to maintain 3.10 (or release 3.12). But releasing 4.0.0 I think it will be beneficial to get support to implement the missing features.

Something to check, in case it's not done yet, it's to provide a Docker composition integrating ElasticSearch and some update the schema documentation about the changes required for the new version (afaik it's mostly related to the indexing).

+1 for the release.

Regards,
Jose García

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 2:35 PM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

Jeroen Ticheler - GeoCat
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Dear François,

Thanks for the proposal! To facilitate progress and involvement from other users it can indeed be a good idea to make a v4.0.0. Indeed it wil _very_ important that the limitations are highlighted (as well as the benefits) so users can make a proper selection. These things should be prominent in the download page and in the release notes I think.

So +1 from me.

Cheers, Jeroen

On 15 Oct 2020, at 14:35, Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs




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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

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+1 from me.

I expect this brings us closer to OGC compliance, finding in stead of searching and scaling!

Great thanx to the developer team.




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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

Florent gravin-2
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Hi François,

I strongly encourage this release, this is a great step forward, and it's working very well.
It's mandatory to move forward with Elastic Search support, hopefully the release will create a good momentum for people to use it, test it and fund missing features.
This is going along with all the work we are doing with geonetwork-ui and geonetwork-microservices so it makes clear sense to me.

+1

Thanks
Regards

On Fri, Oct 16, 2020 at 8:16 AM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Jose. https://hub.docker.com/_/geonetwork will provide the images and users can build their own using https://github.com/geonetwork/docker-geonetwork.

About indexing, the mechanism is the same and profiles can extend https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/blob/4.0.x/schemas/iso19139/src/main/plugin/iso19139/index-fields/index.xsl - I'll check the doc on this.

Francois

Le ven. 16 oct. 2020 à 08:05, Jose Garcia <[hidden email]> a écrit :
Hi Francois

I think it is a good idea and a first step to move forward to the microservices architecture.

For a while, while the missing features are implemented in version 4.0, it will be required to maintain 3.10 (or release 3.12). But releasing 4.0.0 I think it will be beneficial to get support to implement the missing features.

Something to check, in case it's not done yet, it's to provide a Docker composition integrating ElasticSearch and some update the schema documentation about the changes required for the new version (afaik it's mostly related to the indexing).

+1 for the release.

Regards,
Jose García

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 2:35 PM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

Emanuele Tajariol-2
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Hi Francois,

+1 from me.
Very huge rework, thank you and to all the ones involved in this!
As noted by Jeroen anyway, differences between 3.x and 4 should be clearly pointed out.

   Cheers,
   Emanuele


Il giorno gio 15 ott 2020 alle ore 14:35 Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> ha scritto:
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

jody.garnett
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Agreed Jo:

I know Ian is waiting on some features under review for a 3.10.x or 3.12.x release. 
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On Fri, 16 Oct 2020 at 00:58, Jo Cook <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Francois,

I'm happy to vote +1 for releasing version 4, provided we do maintain a 3.x branch until 4 contains all the missing features.

All the best

Jo

On Fri, Oct 16, 2020 at 7:16 AM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Jose. https://hub.docker.com/_/geonetwork will provide the images and users can build their own using https://github.com/geonetwork/docker-geonetwork.

About indexing, the mechanism is the same and profiles can extend https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/blob/4.0.x/schemas/iso19139/src/main/plugin/iso19139/index-fields/index.xsl - I'll check the doc on this.

Francois

Le ven. 16 oct. 2020 à 08:05, Jose Garcia <[hidden email]> a écrit :
Hi Francois

I think it is a good idea and a first step to move forward to the microservices architecture.

For a while, while the missing features are implemented in version 4.0, it will be required to maintain 3.10 (or release 3.12). But releasing 4.0.0 I think it will be beneficial to get support to implement the missing features.

Something to check, in case it's not done yet, it's to provide a Docker composition integrating ElasticSearch and some update the schema documentation about the changes required for the new version (afaik it's mostly related to the indexing).

+1 for the release.

Regards,
Jose García

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 2:35 PM Francois Prunayre <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

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Francois,

+1 from me - reading through the alpha docs, this is a bunch of impressive improvements bringing many useful new features and enhancements. I know organisations who will be keen to get these new features into their catalogues to help users find what they need.

Thanks very much for your work on this!
Simon


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Subject: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0
 
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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Re: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0

Francois Prunayre
Thanks for your votes.

So I propose to make it on Friday 23 or Early next week

I'll update the change log and the "unsupported features" ticket to highlight limitations of this new version.

Francois


Le dim. 18 oct. 2020 à 09:11, Pigot, Simon (O&A, Hobart) <[hidden email]> a écrit :
Francois,

+1 from me - reading through the alpha docs, this is a bunch of impressive improvements bringing many useful new features and enhancements. I know organisations who will be keen to get these new features into their catalogues to help users find what they need.

Thanks very much for your work on this!
Simon


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Subject: CFV / Make a first release of GeoNetwork v4.0.0
 
Dear PSC,

Here is a proposal to make a first release of version 4.0.0. This version has been tested a lot since its first alpha release in April 2020 mainly in the context of 2 projects: EEA and Metawal which have been the main supporters of this work. Also other organizations like BRGM, Ifremer, JRC started tests on this version and probably others ... It is already used in production systems since early September and supports the main user needs with significant improvements on the search and its configuration. Users can search/map/edit/manage the catalog and use the core schemas dublin-core/ISO19139/19110/19115-3.

So this proposal is about:
* Release a first 4.0.0 version
* Clearly highlight that some of GeoNetwork 3 features are not supported (see https://github.com/geonetwork/core-geonetwork/issues/4727). So before migrating, users should check the list if they have specific needs. Search protocols and multilingual support are probably the main limitations for now.

Looking forward to your votes.

Francois
PSC member

PS: Version 4 change logs



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