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SAKAI - a community source Collaboration and Learning Environment ----------------------------------------------------------------- The official website for Sakai is: http://www.sakaiproject.org The latest release of Sakai can always be found at: http://www.sakaiproject.org/release To see the institutions involved in the Sakai collaboration and their implementation status, see: http://bugs.sakaiproject.org/confluence/display/PROD/Implementations THE reference/docs DIRECTORY This directory and its subdirectories contains the bulk of the reference material distributed with a release. architecture/ technical documentation and white papers conversion/ contains the DB conversion scripts to alter the schema from one version to the next loadtesting/ sample scripts used for loadtesting Sakai using the Apache JMeter loadtesting engine. webservices/ contains documentation for using Web Service wrappers of the Sakai API. This is a common method for scripting admin tasks. readme.txt this file INSTALL A URL pointer to our online installation documentation readme_i18n.txt internationalization info for Sakai RELEASE-NOTES A URL pointer to our online release notes sakai.properties a reference configuration file for Sakai DOCUMENTATION A good start for developers interested in working with Sakai is the wiki space named "Programmer's Cafe," where many tutorials and tips have been collected by community developers. http://bugs.sakaiproject.org/confluence/display/BOOT/Home Technical documentation and white papers can be found in the architecture/ directory. ISSUE TRACKING Bugs and other issues can be reported and tracked at: http://bugs.sakaiproject.org COMMUNITY Most Sakai collaboration happens in one (or both) of two arenas: the collab server, and the Confluence wiki already linked to here a number of times (bugs.sakaiproject.org/confluence). The collab server is a fully functional Sakai deployment, with sites set up for community sub-groups, but in day-to-day activity it is used most often as a kind of listserv. You're encouraged to set up an account on the collab server and join any groups you like at: http://collab.sakaiproject.org The most active site there is the "DG: Development" site, otherwise known as "sakai-dev". PROJECT STATUS The best central location for information on sub-project status and the variety of tools - standard or not - available for Sakai is: http://bugs.sakaiproject.org/confluence/display/MGT LICENSE Sakai code is distributed under the ECL license: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/ecl2.txt