The Vega team created a roadmap development over the next year, which we’re working on making publicly accessible and commentable on github, but in the meantime, here’s a quick rundown of the work we’re anticipating: fix some local installation issues to get Vega ready as a hostable platform fix some multimedia integration (i.e., video embeds) … Continue reading Roadmap
We are thrilled to welcome Shannon McDermitt as our new web developer on the Vega team at WSULS! She is a node programmer who also has her MLIS from Wayne State University. She started February 3, 2020, and is already hard at work reviewing Vega’s codebase. If you want to jump into the code yourself, … Continue reading Welcome new web dev!
Every time the Vega team sits down to work on the system, we discover something new about how it works, most of which make us go “oooooh!” in delight. 🙂 This is one of the fun parts of having external developers working closely, but not necessarily side by side with you while a project is … Continue reading New discoveries!
The Vega team is working on a lot of behind-the-scenes stuff in prep to offer hosting through Wayne State University Libraries, and we will be rolling out more information as we can over the course of this year. One of the first projects is to draw on our list of signatories from the original Andrew … Continue reading Practice venues in the works!
The Vega team at Wayne State has been working locally to get ready for final delivery of the Vega platform from the Sanity team in Oslo. We don’t want to say that its delivery on the spring solstice was a big deal for us, but it TOTALLY WAS! The birth of new things in the … Continue reading Vega delivery meeting!