On Thursday, November 13 2014 at 10:00AM PST (1:00PM EST) the Unicon Open Source Support team held the Open Source Support briefing for uPortal summarizing the third quarter of 2014.
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Unicon, on behalf of the Sakai Core Team and the community, is happy to announce the release of Sakai 10.1.
Sakai 10.1 builds on the great work of the Sakai 10.0 release. Sakai 10.1 includes almost 200 fixes and improvements.
Some of the highlights include:
A client was testing our integration between CAS Server 184.108.40.206 and Moodle 2.6. The lead tester reported that it was often requiring two authentications attempts to login into CAS Server after being redirected there from Moodle. Interestingly enough I was rarely able to invoke the same symptom. The exact symptom is that a user sees the login page, enters their credentials, and after hitting the Login button, the user is show an empty login form. There is no error message, no pre-populated username field. Just the empty login form.
On Thursday, July 31 2014 at 11:00AM PDT (2:00PM EDT) the Unicon Open Source Support team held the Open Source Support briefing for uPortal summarizing the first and second quarters.
On Thursday, 24 July 2014 at 10:00AM PDT (1:00PM EDT), the Unicon Open Source Support Team held the third quarter Open Source Support Sakai Briefing teleconference.
I'm working on a "checklist" of essential tasks for implementing or migrating to uPortal 4.1.
Welcome to June 2014 IAM Briefing
During this briefing we will discuss: updates on CAS, Shibboleth and Grouper; Unicon contributions to CAS, Shibboleth and Grouper; and Unicon's Open Source Support. We'll end with questions and answers.
Our presenters are Mike Grady and Misagh Moayyed. Mike works with IAM, Shibboleth, CAS, Internet2 Scalable Privacy. He worked 36 years at University of Illinois before going working for Unicon. He is Unicon’s Open Source Support for Shibboleth technical lead.
IntelliJ IDEA is a Java development tool that comes in two editions: a community edition that can freely be downloaded and used, and an ultimate edition with more advanced features and integration support with a variety of popular programming platforms and frameworks. I have been using IDEA since v12 and although admittedly, the transition was not so comfortable, I have come to enjoy the new environment quite a bit. I have noticed that my productivity has increased and I no longer have to fight with the tool to debug and/or deploy the code.
Sakai 10 (previously known as Sakai 2.10) will be released to the community in late Spring 2014. With the release comes a plethora of new features, updated functionality, and under-the-hood performance/bug fixes.
On Wednesday, 23 April 2014 at 10:00AM PDT (1:00PM EDT), the Unicon Open Source Support Team held the second quarter Open Source Support Sakai Briefing teleconference.