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Boston Project Coordination Meeting

In conjunction with the 10th Sakai Conference in Boston, there will be two days of Project Coordination Meetings bracketing the event; one day pre-conference on Monday, 6 July 2009, and one day post-conference on Saturday, 11 July 2009. This meeting will provide an opportunity for those directly invested in Sakai development to share their progress and plans and to discuss and address issues that reach across multiple project areas in Sakai.

The split scheduling of this meeting is in part a result of scheduling around the 4th of July holiday in the United States. It is also an experiment in response to a lot of the great conversations and developments that occur during the first day of the project coordination meetings, which often evolve significantly during the conference itself. So by bracketing the project coordination meetings around the conference we hope to both get off to a good start on the first day and bring things back together for some final face-to-face discussion and coordination at the end.

Agenda

To be determined.

  • Sakai 2.6.0 post-mortem
  • Releases and Releases Management
  • Sakai3 project definition - scope, resources, timelines (we need to start project management now).
  • Sakai 3 Projects?
    (question) Assessment and Workflows
    (question) Users/Groups/Course Management
    (question) Portfolio
    (question) Evaluations

Monday

Time

Track 1

Track 2

8:30 - 9:00

Introductions

combined

9:00 - 9:15

Strawman Timelines for 2.x and 3.x

combined

9:15 - 10:15

QA and 2.6 post-mortem

combined

10:15 - 10:30

Break

combined

10:30 - 11:00

Product Council and New Processes

combined

11:00 - 12:30

2.7 (2.x) Functional

2.7 (2.x) Technologies

12:30 - 1:45

lunch on your own

combined

1:45 - 2:15

Summaries

combined

2:15 - 3:00

3.0 Overview

combined

3:00 - 3:15

Break

combined

3:15 - 4:45

3.0 (3.x) Functional

3.0 (3.x) Technical

4:45 - 5:15

Summaries

combined

5:15 - 5:45

Schedule for week & Saturday

combined

Significant new 2.x projects

Saturday

Time

Track 1

Track 2

8:30 - 9:00

Goals for the Day

combined

9:00 - 9:45

Report Back on week's BOFs

combined

9:45 - 10:30

2.7 process

combined

10:30 - 10:45

Break

combined

10:45 - 12:00

Sakai 3 next steps

combined

12:00 - 1:15

Lunch

combined

1:15 - 2:15

Review new capabilities for 2.7

'Simple Course' prototype?

2:15 - 3:00

Maintenance Team Proposal Discussion

2.x - 3.x migration?

3:00 - 3:15

Recap and review of next steps

combined

Attendees

If you are thinking about attending, please add your information below.

Likelihood you Will Attend: (tick) = 100%

Baseball

Michael Korcuska has purchased 14 tickets for Monday's Red Sox game. All are spoken for at this point (if you have a (tick) in the "Red Sox" column you have a confirmed ticket (or tickets). You can pay him in cash at the conference or send payment to his PayPal account (mkorcuska@yahoo.com). If there is no check mark, you don't have a ticket. If someone wants to buy additional tickets they can do so using a service like StubHub. We are in Bleacher section 42 split across rows 11 and 13.


 

Name

Organization

Activities you Will be Representing

Monday

Saturday

Red Sox

1

Michael Korcuska

Sakai Foundation

 

(tick)

(tick)

Monday + 1 guest (tick) (tick)

2

Peter Knoop

Sakai Foundation,
University of Michigan

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

3

Pete Peterson

Sakai Foundation,
University of California - Davis

QA

(tick)

(tick)

Monday (tick)

4

Anthony Whyte

Sakai Foundation

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

5

Stephen Marquard

University of Cape Town

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

6

Lance Speelmon

Indiana University

 

(tick)

(tick)

Monday (tick)

7

Clay Fenlason

Georgia Tech

 

(tick)

(tick)

either (tick)

8

Kirk Alexander

UC Davis

Gradebook 2

(tick)

(tick)

 

9

Noah Botimer

University of Michigan

Portfolio, Sakai Product Council

(tick)

(tick)

 

10

Makoto Tsuchitani

Stanford University

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

11

Lydia Li

Stanford University

Samigo

(tick)

(tick)

 

12

Michael Feldstein

Oracle Corporation

 

(tick)

 

Monday, +1 guest (my wife) (tick) (tick)

13

Karen Watkins

Indiana University

Development

(tick)

(tick)

Monday (tick)

14

Sara Chambers

Indiana University

 

(tick)

(tick)

Monday (tick)

15

John A. Lewis

Unicon

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

16

Eli Cochran

UC Berkeley

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

17

Megan May

Indiana University

 

(tick)

(tick)

Monday (tick)

18

Jonathan Cook

Indiana University

Development

(tick)

(tick)

 

19

Lynn Ward

Indiana University

 

 

(tick)

 

20

David Horwitz

university of Cape Town

 

(tick)

 

 

21

Michelle Wagner

Indiana University

 

 

(tick)

 

22

Bryan Holladay

Indiana University

 

 

(tick)

 

23

Mark Norton

Nolaria Consulting

 

(tick)

(50%)

 

24

Seth Theriault

Columbia University

 

(tick)

(tick)

either (tick)

25

Ray Davis

UC Berkeley

Groups/Roles

(tick)

 

 

26

Mara Hancock

UC Berkeley

 

(tick)

(tick)

Monday (tick)

27

Nicolaas Matthijs

University of Cambridge

3akai

(tick)

(tick)

 

28

Steven Githens

IU

Perf testing, migration, dynamic language support, integrations

 

(tick)

 

29

Matt Morton-Allen

Charles Sturt University

 

(tick)

(tick)

Monday (tick)

30

Jean-François Lévêque

Université Pierre et Marie Curie

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

31

Shoji Kajita

Nagoya University

 

(tick)

(error)

Monday only (I wanted to see Daisuke but now he is in DL (tick)

32

John Norman

University of Cambridge

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

33

Nate Angell

rSmart

Sakai Product Council

(tick)

(tick)

Monday

34

David Goodrum

Indiana University

Sakai Product Council

(tick)

(tick)

maybe Monday + 1 (spouse)

35

Robert Gérin-Lajoie

Université de Montréal

 

(tick)

(error)

Monday only

36

Jacques Raynauld

HEC Montréal

Open Syllabus

(tick)

(tick)

maybe Monday + 1  guest (spouse)

37

Emmanuel Vigne

HEC Montréal

Open Syllabus

(tick)

(error)


38

Josh Baron

Marist College

Teaching and Learning

(tick)

(tick)

 

39

Robert Sherratt

University of Hull

 

(tick)

(error)

Monday

40

Steve Swinsburg

Lancaster University

 

(tick)

(error)

Want a ticket!

41

Purita Bristow

University of Windsor

if time permits and if there is any interest, our contribs to the community; otherwise, listen to future plans on tools and releases

(tick)
 

(tick)
 

 

42

David Haines

University of Michigan

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

43

Ian Boston

University of Cambridge

 

(tick)

(error)

 

44

Pieter Hartsook

Sakai Foundation

 

(tick)

(tick)

(tick)

45

Hiroshi Nakano

Kumamoto University

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

46

Will Trillich

Serensoft

 

(tick)

(tick)

 

7 Comments

  1. We need to have some time to discuss Sakai3 UI development toolkits (e.g. HTML/JS vs GWT vs ?). There is strong desire from IU's perspective to have one if at all possible. Thanks, L

  2. I am also concerned that we are not starting the Sakai3 project management discussion until Saturday. I think we need to start that discussion on Monday and carry it over on Saturday. Thanks! L

  3. Here's a pointer to the Sakai3Projects spreadsheet (since it doesn't seem to be indexed by any search engines yet).

  4. Reference to IU's tool usage, Fall 2008 (see page 10)
    Oncourse Status Report

    Summary:
    Messages 11500
    Announcement 8171
    Gradebook 7664
    Syllabus 7616
    Resources 6732
    Assignment 4088
    Calendar 2386
    E-Mail Archive 2093
    Forums 1783
    Test & Survey (original) 1510

  5. Sakai 3 Migration BOF: Thu 9:45 - 10:35a BOF Room 2

  6. A recent paper explaining the Open Syllabus model.  Possible basis for structured content authoring in Sakai 3.

  7. Portfolio interactions and relationships are beginning to be documented generally in: Portfolio-related vignettes