Various authors, Jul 16, 2004
Commentary by Stephen Downes

From the announcement: "The Sakai Project today releases its open source Collaboration and Learning Environment (CLE) software to the public. Members of the Sakai Educational Partners Program (SEPP) have been reviewing the beta version of the software since their highly successful conference with 170 attendees in June. This release to the public is Sakai Release Candidate 1 (RC1), and it puts the full code in the hands of any institution that wishes to begin using or understanding the Sakai software." The website asserts in nummerous locations that the software is open source, but appears nowhere to specify whether this means GPL or something else. Moreover, the front page notice that it is something called "Community Source' adds confusion. It would be nice to see a simple declaration somewhere so people could know. Via Jarche.
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