Wednesday 5th June, 2013
9:00am to 9:45am
Stanford just upgraded from Sakai CLE 2.6 to 2.9. We also migrated hundreds of local customizations including new features, locally built tools, UX improvements and tweaks, and SIS integrations. We'll discuss our experiences and pain points. Hopefully it will be an opportunity for all to learn how to do an upgrade while managing a massive number of local customizations.
Charles Hasegawa is a software engineer and open source software developer. He primarily works on e-learning web applications, most recently in the Sakai open source collaborative learning environment, where he is a contributor. He also has experience with technical/developer training, unit testing frameworks, documentation, and a developing interest in iOS (mobile) app development. ).
Aaron Zeckoski is a software architect/engineer and open source software developer primarily specializing in e-learning web applications. He is internationally recognized for his expertise in the Sakai open source collaborative learning environment. His experience includes work in university teams, commercial teams, and as an independent consultant. An experienced systems architect, Aaron has demonstrated his programming expertise in all aspects of web application development; he is a major contributor to projects such as the Sakai CLE/OAE, DSpace repository, and Opencast Matterhorn. He is also experienced and interested in technical documentation, development of tools for programmers, and developer training. He is a member of open source developer communities like Sakai, Moodle, Opencast, and DSpace. Aaron is an active member of the Sakai CLE Team and Sakai 2 Technical Coordination Committee (TCC).
10am BOF: Accessibility in Apereo. Where are we at and where do we want to be? by Neal Caidin and Gonzalo Silverio
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