Sakai Working Session Start: Targets & Plans

Nate Angell & Duffy Gillman
Short URL: http://bit.ly/sakai10-work
24/7 Working Session Space: Brislecone Room, 1st Floor
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Brief Abstract

Introducing a Sakai working session to take place during the conference. All community members are invited to join developers, UX designers and functional experts to identify specific projects for work during the conference. A session at conference end will report results and next steps.

Full Abstract

This session will introduce and organize actual work on Sakai to take place throughout the conference, inspired by the functional specifications, user experience design work, code sprints or hackathons where small-scope work is undertaken to achieve tangible results that are so productive and energizing at many open source project gatherings. Not just for developers! We invite participation from Sakai community members with all skills and experiences. Developers need direct input from everyone—students, instructors, instructional designers, implementers, user-experience designers, big-picture thinkers—to make Sakai better. We will collaborate to identify good projects for the working session, using suggestions gathered before the conference and "unconference" techniques. Participants are encouraged to engage in work activities throughout the conference and return for the closing Sakai Working Session Stop session to report on accomplishments and discuss further steps.

Agenda

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Lightning Talks

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