There are several options for getting contributing to the eduCommons project.
- For those familiar with eduCommons, one way to give back to the eduCommons project is to offer answers in the eduCommons Q&A forums. This is a great way to contribute back to the community, and it doesn’t take a lot of time.
- Developers are welcome to join the development email list. We are always interested in new collaborations and partnerships with those who can contribute new features to eduCommons.
- There is an IRC channel at #educommons. Jump in and chat with us!
- For those with questions about translating eduCommons we encourage you to join the localization email list. We can always use help verifying or updating our eduCommons translations.
- For any other questions or comments about how you can help with the eduCommons project please contact us.
Here are links to our previous release documentation through eduCommons 3.2.1-final:
- Installation Instructions 3.1.1
- Migration Instructions 3.1.1
- Version Changes 3.1.1
- eduCommons 3.0.2-final
- Installation Instructions 3.0.2
- Migration Instructions 3.0.2
- Version Changes 3.0.2
- eduCommons 2.3.0-final
- Installation Instructions 2.3.0
- Migration Instructions 2.3.0
- Version Changes 2.3.0
- eduCommons 2.2.0-final
- Installation Instructions 2.2.0
- Migration Instructions 2.2.0
- Version Changes 2.2.0
- Installation Instructions 2.1.0
- Migration Instructions 2.1.0
- Version Changes 2.1.0
- Installation Instructions 2.0.0
- Migration Instructions 2.0.0
- Version Changes 2.0.0
This software is Copyright (C) 2004-2009 Utah State University. All rights reserved.
eduCommons is an extention to the Plone content management system (www.plone.org) and is developed by the COSL group (www.cosl.usu.edu) at Utah State University. Development of EduCommons is funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
There are several options for getting support with eduCommons.
- The eduCommons forums are a good place for users can to questions and search existing responses. The community is friendly and responsive.
- Developers are welcome to join the development email list.
- There is an IRC channel at #educommons.
- For those with questions about translating eduCommons we encourage you to join the localization email list.
- For-fee consulting, training, and development is available for eduCommons through enPraxis. More information is available at enPraxis.net.
- For any other questions or comments about the eduCommons project please contact us.
This FAQ applies to: eduCommons 3.2.0
eduCommons is an OpenCourseWare management system. It is designed to help universities and other educational establishments publish open educational resources, and participate in the OpenCourseWare movement. eduCommons is an Open Source project, and is licensed under the GPL.