Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community
I am sympathetic with the intent of this post, whih is to replace the Schools Interoperability Format (SIF), "a classic top-down, commercially driven standard, with no uptake whatsoever in the open source world," withg a small and agile open alternative. But I don't like some of the phrasing. This, for example: "weâxTMre hitting an inflection point where the decisive point shifts from creating individual open source applications for schools to figuring out how to make them work together as an integrated system." I would not say 'integrated' - I would say 'connected,' which is something very different. This post also requires a language warning.

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