Thanks for your offer to help! We're carrying on the conversation
in that forum, I inquired on testing strategies, in particular with
dependencies on components within edx-platform. Jeremy Bowman replied with
some info and tips
On Monday, February 26, 2018 at 11:35:47 AM UTC-5, John Mark wrote:
> This sounds great. How can we help you? Specifically, I want to help
> developers of additional features and their users collaborate on things
> like this. So, from a web infrastructure PoV, what could we do to
> facilitate this? To give you an idea, I've put together sites like this one
> in the past:
> Would that be of interest? That would be more long-term, but it's
> something I'd like to start planning for.
> On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 11:41:37 AM UTC-5, John Baldwin wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> Appsembler has been working on a project that we're planning to release
>> to the whole community that provides lightweight analytics as a pluggable
>> app (reusable Django app) in the LMS. This is intended to be used by folks
>> who are running their own Open edX instances and want to have site-wide and
>> cross-course reporting data without requiring installing their own instance
>> of Insights/edx-analytics. We're working on an OEP PR so that we can get
>> feedback from the community as we work to release it.
>> We're also working to make as few changes to edx-platform itself as we
>> can to enable this app, which would be enabled/disabled through settings in
>> the lms.env.json file.
>> Here is a link to the Opencraft ed Xchange discussion with the
>> conversation and more detail on what we are building:
>> Would be great to get feedback on the discussion page above (to help
>> consolidate feedback)
>> John Baldwin
>> Software Engineer, Appsembler
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