[p2pu-dev] [p2pu-community] Why Not ...
jessy.cowansharp at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 17:39:26 UTC 2011
maria that would be awesome! cc-ing p2pu-dev so they're aware of the offer
On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 1:22 PM, Maria Droujkova <droujkova at gmail.com>wrote:
> The online meeting software we use for Math Future events is Elluminate,
> donated by LearnCentral, and I will be happy to schedule a session with
> Lernanta people talking about the platform. Elluminate is in fact similar to
> Big Blue Button used by some P2PU groups for meetings, but BBB did not
> record sessions last I checked.
> Maria Droujkova
> Make math your own, to make your own math.
> On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 1:02 PM, Dan Diebolt <dandiebolt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >lernanta is in fact demo-able: http://new.p2pu.org/.
>> What would help greatly is if someone ran a live demo of Lernata using the
>> same screencasting package Maria used to demo Canvas LMS. I have looked at
>> new.p2pu.org as well as the codebase and I can't get a clear picture of
>> what you have there within the time I am willing to invest poking around.
>> Maybe it is a moving target or maybe I don't know what to look for but some
>> type of live screencast and workflow demonstration is needed for community
>> buy in, feedback and of course testing.
>> What I find hard to understand is that by my reckoning there are over
>> 12,000 registered P2PU users (I interrogated the user URLs), 6,000+
>> WebCrafters, <add more embarrassing statistics> yet only a small group of
>> people contribute to any particular aspect of P2PU in creating a tangible
>> work product of some sort. Few people contribute to the wiki, a small group
>> of people are working on development, no substantial number of courses have
>> archived materials. I occasionally hear people volunteer to do development
>> work or get involved and I wonder if they are given a realistic opportunity
>> to engage and contribute. Put these people to work doing something useful.
>> Maybe the entire next session of courses should have a prerequisite of
>> contributing work product back to P2PU in terms of (a) wiki entries, (b) cc
>> licensed materials, (c) widgets, (d) artistic marketing materials. We have
>> to start eating our own dog food.
>> It really is an embarrassment that this person's question goes unanswered:
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