Welcome to Sakai!
The best place to find general information on Sakai is the Sakai Project website. ( New to Sakai?)
This system, Confluence, is a wiki used to coordinate activities and share information within the Sakai community. Confluence was selected for this purpose as it is tightly integrated with Jira, the issue tracking system used to coordinate design and development activities in Sakai.
The community also uses an instance of Sakai to facilitate collaboration, known as Collab (http://collab.sakaiproject.org). There are a number of community email lists on Collab, however, various email lists, and it is highly recommend that anyone with an interest in Sakai join the Announcements list: firstname.lastname@example.org (join email announcement list.) This a very low-volume, read-only list, with typically only a message one or two per messages each week (email announcement list archive.) Typical content includes the twice-a-month Sakai Newsletter, official release announcements, conference information and calls for presentation proposals, Sakai-related job postings, and other items of broad community interest.
Listed below are broad areas of community activity of general interest to a wide audience. These are good starting points for learning more about or engaging in the Sakai community. Most community activities have a presence on both Confluence and Collab; using the later mainly to support groups' email listsa matching email list.