What's New?

Status update (3/31): The server is solid. The search index is caught up. We fixed the most visible of the instances of HTML codes appearing on client sites (we'll do a more thorough cleanup of the XML templates soon). Permissions issues appear to be resolved. All is well with the world. We still have 7 moderate issues (non-blocking but ugly) and 20 low priority issues. We'll solve all of those in due time, at which point we can start tackling wishlist items.

Thank you everyone for your forbearance and apologies for the frustrations — this is the second such crisis we've endured with what otherwise has been a very stable system, and we've learned a lot which we intend to put toward avoiding these sorts of ground-up relaunches in the future. Every developer at GT probably has at least an inkling of the idea that the best way to relive every bug you've ever solved is to start over from scratch. We know it in our bones by now.

If you have issues you want to see addressed, the Mercury issue queue is the best place to go. You can follow issues and see when we have updates or solutions. If you have an issue that is not already the queue, you can add it directly there or email webteam@gatech.edu. Our apologies to anyone who has been submitting issues to the support request form and wondering why we weren't responding—the site was not sending us emails about these. 

FYI: If you created an item recently and noticed keywords or other tags have disappeared from it, this was a side effect of fixing the issue that was causing taxonomy terms to spontaneously clone themselves. You might need to re-add the missing tags.

Drupal 9+ Mercury Reader users: Eric Neville solved some issues with the reader module. Grab 2.13 asap (Composer should pick it up).

Drupal 7 Mercury Reader users: Michael Sheldon was kind enough to patch a number of issues with the Drupal 7 version of Mercury Reader which caused it to be unhappy with the new system. The new version is available here: https://github.gatech.edu/ICWebTeam/hg_reader-7.x/releases/tag/v2.20

All content

Title Sort descending Type Author Created Modified
Georgia Tech Researchers and Community Collaborate in Data Science News Tess Malone 07/11/2018 12:39pm 07/31/2018 10:31am
Georgia Tech Students Sweep NSA Hacking Contest News Tara La Bouff 03/15/2017 02:42pm 03/15/2017 02:45pm
Georgia Tech/GTRI Researchers Recognized as DARPA Risers News Michelle Gowdy 11/16/2022 09:59am 11/16/2022 09:59am
German Event: Documenting the Journeys of Syrian Refugees in Germany Event amoore307 03/27/2018 01:25pm 03/27/2018 01:25pm
GoSTEAM at Georgia Tech Hosts First STEAM Innovation Workshop News smalone33 04/29/2019 04:59pm 05/01/2019 08:29pm
Graduate Student Victoria Quirós-Cordero Wins Multiple Support Awards News Christa Ernst 07/19/2022 01:16pm 07/20/2022 08:52am
Grant Supports Hardware Security Research to Combat Malware News Tara La Bouff 09/24/2017 05:20pm 09/24/2017 05:26pm
Groundwater Remediation from the Past to the Future: A Bibliometric Analysis News Brent Verrill 05/05/2017 09:34am 05/05/2017 09:34am
Group Work & Collaboration Event thampton30 03/12/2020 11:50am 03/12/2020 11:50am
Group Work & Collaboration Event thampton30 03/12/2020 11:50am 03/12/2020 11:50am
GTRI’s Marshall Bronston Credits Others for Pushing Him to System Engineering’s Highest Heights News Michelle Gowdy 10/19/2021 11:59am 10/20/2021 09:54am
GVU Research Showcase 2017 News Gayatri Gaekwad 04/27/2017 02:02pm 04/27/2017 02:03pm
Hard to Say I’m Sorry: How to Make an Apology News Victor Rogers 05/19/2022 11:35am 05/19/2022 11:35am
Hassan Named President of Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Scholars News cwhittle9 01/21/2022 04:52pm 01/24/2022 09:49pm
Health Systems: The Next Generation Forum 2017 Event Andy Haleblian 09/14/2017 01:38pm 05/18/2022 01:08pm
Health Systems: The Next Generation Forum 2018 Event jcooper90 10/08/2018 09:01am 05/18/2022 01:07pm
Health Systems: The Next Generation Forum 2019 Event jcooper90 10/16/2019 12:02pm 05/18/2022 01:07pm
Helping Residents in the Global South Rebuild and Strengthen Their Communities News Malrey Head 11/06/2018 09:49am 11/07/2018 08:51pm
Hide or Get Eaten, Urine Chemicals Tell Mud Crabs News Ben Brumfield 01/08/2018 03:56pm 01/19/2018 04:35pm
How and Why Register Your Internship Workshop Event Terrence Green 02/25/2022 05:13pm 02/25/2022 05:13pm