There is an active network of community institutions that share in supporting Sakai.
Sakai community members share expert advice and provide mutual support on a daily basis. Three forums are principally employed.
- The first is a set of email lists that is managed by the Sakai Foundation in support of community collaborative activities. For help with technical questions, the Development discussion group (a.k.a Sakai-Dev) is the most active, but many others are available, ranging from teaching and learning to user experience. Visit the Email Lists page for more information.
- The second forum is a Foundation-managed wiki used by community members for a wide variety of purposes including the collaborative forging of documentation or design ideas, project management, and the sharing of notes on a wide array of topics. There is also extensive online technical documentation for Sakai.
- The third forum is a Foundaton-managed issue-tracking system used by community members to log feature requests, generate new requirements and track and resolve bugs.
Finally, if you're not sure what you need, feel free to contact us at the Sakai Foundation.
We use Confluence for our wiki and Jira for our issue tracking. Both are provided by Atlassian and account management is shared so only a single account is necessary in order to participate actively in both systems. You do not need an account to read most wiki pages or issues. You will need an account if you would like to add content to the wiki or create or edit an issue.
1. To create an account, visit:
and fill out and submit the form.
2. Should you ever forget your Jira/Confluence username or password go to:
and follow the instructions there.