Fwd: Question of the Week: Which three areas of Sakai do think are the most important for your implementation?

Daphne Ogle daphne at media.berkeley.edu
Fri May 25 19:17:20 UTC 2007


Perhaps the results from this poll can prioritize our inspection work  
in Sakai...

-Daphne

Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Knoop, Peter" <knoop at umich.edu>
> Date: May 25, 2007 10:24:58 AM PDT
> To: <announcements at collab.sakaiproject.org>,  
> <openforum at collab.sakaiproject.org>
> Subject: Question of the Week: Which three areas of Sakai do think  
> are the most important for your implementation?
>
> This week's polling question, open from now until 6:00 Eastern Time, 4
> June 2007, is:
>
>
> Which three areas of Sakai do think are the most important for your
> implementation?
>
>
> To respond, please access the Polls tool in the "DG: Open Forum"  
> site on
> Collab.  (Note: you need an account on Collab and have to be a  
> member of
> this site to access the poll; if you need an account, go to Collab's
> home page and use the New Account tool to self-register for an  
> account;
> if you are not a member of the site, then use the Membership tool in
> your MyWorkspace to join the site):
>
>
> http://collab.sakaiproject.org/portal/site/2e66a685- 
> bcee-40ac-80a1-6d02b
> 80456f0/page/587977cf-f18d-4db2-0061-fd74b947d66b
>
>
> The results of the previous poll were:
>
> What version of Sakai do plan to be running in production in September
> 2007?
>
> Sakai 2.1 (n=0) 0%
> Sakai 2.2 (n=0) 0%
> Sakai 2.3 (n=26) 24%
> Sakai 2.4 (n=34) 76%
>
> Please vote!
>
> -peter
> Sakai Project Coordinator
>
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Daphne Ogle
Senior Interaction Designer
University of California, Berkeley
Educational Technology Services
daphne at media.berkeley.edu
cell (510)847-0308



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