Follow our current, near-term and future plans.

Our roadmap helps us share what the Invenio community is working on next and the direction that we’re taking Invenio. The roadmap is meant to open a practical dialogue on the direction of Invenio, and the roadmap may be subject to change both on the near-term and future plans based on feedback.


What we work on now


Invenio v3.0 Final Release

  • Release all modules in base, auth and metadata bundles.
  • Prepare project skeletons (cookiecutter templates) for new instances and data models modules.
  • Launch updated website with blog (
  • General documentation revamp (

License change for v3.0 (from GPL to MIT)

  • Scripts for semi-automated license change of repositories.
  • Review all non-CERN contributions and ensure correct copyright statements in all file headers.
  • Contributor License Agreement (CLA) workflow.

JavaScript framework

  • Webpack support (replacing require.js).
  • Select replacement framework for AngularJS v1.x

What we plan work on next


Files Bundle

Document and prepare final releases of the following modules:

  • Invenio-Files-REST
  • Invenio-Records-Files
  • Invenio-Previewer
  • Invenio-IIIF

Internationalization (I18N)

  • Translate all v3.0 Invenio modules into at least one other language.
  • Develop translation workflow into package release process.

Statistics Bundle

Document and prepare final releases of the following modules:

  • Invenio-Stats
  • Invenio-Queues
  • COUNTER-Robots

Invenio v3.1 Release

Files, I18N and Statistics bundles. Scheduled for release in November 2018.


Invenio User Group Workshop 2019

Plan and prepare Invenio User Group Workshop 2019.


What we investigate


Deposit Bundle


COAR Next Generation Repositories (NGR)


(with Japan National Institute of Informatics)


Data Citation Roadmap for Scholarly Data Repositories

Implement recommendations from

Who is implementing the roadmap?

Invenio development is being led by CERN with contributions from institutions and individuals from all over the world.

Every 3 months, CERN runs one to two 2-weeks development sprints dedicated to above roadmap. Overall, this roughly amounts to 1 FTE (full-time equivalent) per year plus the Invenio Product Manager.

In addition, new modules/features, enhancements, security fixes, etc. are being developed every day by teams at CERN and elsewhere.