Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community
A very heavy presentation with many images and screenshots, and one that reads more like marketing than research and development, but the author makes a good case, demonstrating not only that Sakai has been widely adopted but also, and even better, that Sakai is, first of all, morphing into a community-based development effort, and second, that Sakai is looking toward service interfaces that allow local developement in PHP or Perl. I think that's pretty critical, and it gives us something to talk about, because while I have no desire to descend into the Dante's Inferno that is Java, it would be nice to be able to talk to and work with the people who already live there - especially people who begin their presentation with a Non Gag Agreement.

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