Il giorno mer, 06/01/2016 alle 19.24 -0500, Justin W. Flory ha scritto:
It's great to know you have some experience doing something like this
the past, Neville. And I completely agree with the points you make
the difficulties that creating a "virtual course" for Fedora would
include. I think creating the initial content for a curriculum would
a significant challenge and come as a curveball, but if we can
the initial challenge, it would (ideally) be easy to maintain,
and keep current.
On the same note, this would be something that would have to have a
long-term focus and I think it's important to place this on the
map at the next meeting.
I'd especially like to get either decause or threebean's input
Fedora Hubs and how maybe these are interrelated types of tasks. I'm
as versed on the mission, goals, and overall design of how Hubs will
work, but from what I do understand, this might be the kind of thing
could have embedded into that, in terms of what platform we deliver
these "courses" or "lessons" through.
Good points coming both from Justin and Neville and I think that there
are two ways to integrate this kind of platform (if we decide to go
- Hubs, as you said before;
- Whatcanidoforfedora which should be alive also when hubs will be
online (if I recall correctly).
In the case of whatcanido, Ralph should be the right person who can
evaluate the feasibility of this project; if the study of feasibility
has to be done on hubs project, maybe we should involve Mairin.
Of course I'd like to get feedback from Neville in order to know issues
they got along the work. Perhaps with a larger part of community aware
of this idea, we could reach the solution.