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Zero to Sakaiger: A Getting Started Guide for Developers & Implementors




Nicola Monat-Jacobs, The Longsight Group


Tuesday, June 14th, 2011


9:45 AM - 10:45 AM


San Gabriel A


Stuck getting started with Sakai? Not sure where to look for help, tools, patches & recommendations? Learn the approaches that experienced developers and implementors use for building, configuring and deploying Sakai, managing customizations, registering bugs, finding patches and making recommendations to the community. Learn how to be a JIRA ninja and all about "indie" tools. Hidden tips and tricks to help you get the most of what?s out there. Learn the things that experienced Sakaigers "just know" all in one session!

A few things I didn't mention about mSub:

  • You have to contact to get your institution set up with a repository there
  • Anyone who is going to commit to that space will need to sign a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) in order to have accounts created for them
  • It is a requirement that the space be publicly viewable
  • It's unclear to me at this point if your institution has to be a Foundation member in order to get one of these spaces. Ultimately, the consensus seems to be that it's up to IU to decide this, since they are nicely hosting this SVN repo for the community.


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