Forum .LRN Q&A: Response to Why not publish .LRN source code used at Universities?

Thanks for opening up the OpenACS site Dave! Now I'm hoping that Sloan and Berklee will follow suit...:-)

Deds, I am not proposing setting up new code bases (repositories), but rather an opening up of the existing ones. Doing so does by no means increase complexity and it should not be taken as an excuse for not merging improvements into the official .LRN code base. On the contrary, and this is exactly my point, the increased openness would accellerate the merging of improvements back into the common code base.

Jeff, thanks for agreeing with me (:-)) and for pointing out the Greenpeace example which is a really good one.