If you're following the storyboards, due to time constraints, only the "build" path was selected for implementation in 2.6. Creating a site by import, copy, and template will be introduced in future iterations.
1. My Sites widget
The link to create a new site can be found in the My Sites widget or in
the Join a Site page
2. Create a Site
Will pop up the wizard to create a site
2. Create a Site: Non-Course
*A non-course site is the same as a project site.
1. Course site/Non-course site
Select whether you are making a course site or not.
Make the extra options (dis)appear for a course site
Total: 8 hours
2. Site Name - Site Id - Site Description
This allows you to enter your site's name, unique id (used for the url) and
Add the unique id field + design feedback on it
Make data feed that accepts site name, site id and site descriptions and tries to save it
create /site/new (see /direct/site/describe)
Make data feed that checks the existence of a site id
Total: 31 hours
3. Go Back
Remove the Go Back button, because the intermediate screen has been removed too.
Remove Go Back button
Make change in HTML
Total: 1 hour
4. Create Site
Creates the site and drops you into the newly created site.
3. Create a Site: Course
The first feed is simply meant to get the field information (variable and configurable in Sakai) for course setup. This will not be called if not setting up a course site. Choices for the fields may be not set.
NOTE: This will probably actually have to be 4 separate feeds (term, subjects, courses, sections) rather than one
Investigate whether these fields are general enough and in what extent it needs to be customizable
Data feed that return the available subjects/courses/sections
see /direct/course-data/describe for details
Data feed that takes site id, site name, site description and subject/course/section
Total: 24 hours (Incomplete est.)
2. Approver's Email and Special Instructions
Remove for now. If an Instructional Designer sets up the course site, he can change
the site's owner in the permissions screen once he is done.