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Cambridge will trial SAKAI

Posted on November 26 2003 by John Norman in reponse to US universities consortium starts OKI and Portlet implementation project

Assuming this development proceeds to plan, we will trial SAKAI at Cambridge from an early stage. We are already using one of the possible components (CourseWork from Stanford) and have been following OKI and CHEF for some time. BTW, our PostgreSQL port of CourseWork is on sourceforge. If anyone else is thinking of becoming an early adopter, we would be interested to hear from them.

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