[Portfolio] [sakai-pmc] Sakai 10 Acknowledgements - crowdsourcing
arwhyte at umich.edu
Tue May 27 06:21:47 PDT 2014
I noticed that a number of internal working groups are listed.  Do you
plan to disaggregate those groups into their constituent organizations and
institutions? A couple off-the-cuff examples: If Alan Regan did any doc
work for 10 the aim should be to surface Pepperdine's contribution in the
acknowledgements not mask it behind an internal working group. If JFL did
any i18n work, we should acknowledge UPMC, and so on. I'd also like to
acknowledge the schools behind the S2U group (disaggregate that group too).
We should keep the acknowledgements focused on institutions and
organization contributors only, not internal working groups. Otherwise,
you'll need to add the Sakai Core Team, Sakai Security Working Group, the
Apereo Licensing Group . . . .
- Sakai Accessibility group (aka a11y)
- Sakai documentation group
- Sakai Internationalization group (aka i18n)
On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 8:41 AM, Neal Caidin <neal.caidin at apereo.org> wrote:
> [sakai-dev, sakai-qa, sakai-pmc, pedagogy, portfolio, sakai-user, i18n,
> We've started a list of institutional acknowledgements for significant
> contributions to Sakai 10. We could use your help to flesh this list out
> more and make any corrections. This includes significant source code
> contributions and QA testing and many other ways that institutions may
> have contributed to the release.
> The list is in alphabetical order.
> Feel free to edit the wiki page! Due by Friday, May 30, close of business.
> Neal Caidin
> Sakai Community Coordinator
> Apereo Foundation
> neal.caidin at apereo.org
> Skype me! (but let me know in advance for the first interaction) - nealkdin
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