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Minutes from a meeting on July 8, 1999 regarding Web Reserves publishing: 1. GDI will be scheduled to update Web Reserves records daily, but if the publishing run fails it does not necessarily mean that the run needs to be repeated the same day. A minimum of two successful runs per week, with a gap between them of no longer than three days, was agreed upon as a minimum standard. 1a. In the absence of a current production run, it is critical that data From the last successful run remain available. 2. At the next Trackit Steering Committee meeting (to be held in August), a schedule for switching semesters available for viewing in Web Reserves will be determined and communicated to all copied on this message. 2a. Also at the same meeting, the group will make a determination of what level and scope of reporting is necessary for each of the following: -one or two day's failure of the publishing run -longer term or larger scale GDI publishing problem -publicity for the new Web Reserves product -help "screens" analogous to those in the CLIO Plus database -changes to the look/feel of the pages -changes to the publishing process 3. Breck and Jim will work together to eliminate the second and third steps in Jim's list of tasks under "Manual Operations" (Copy index files down to PC when changes are made; periodically delete *.html files from subdirectories). There was a detailed discussion about issues and possible solutions, which I can try to reconstitute if necessary.