[Server-devel] Tentative Plans for Nepal's School Server and related infrastructure

Bryan Berry bryan.berry at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 11:22:33 EST 2008

Hey Martin,

The ideas in my e-mail were just ideas. We haven't made much progress

I do not believe that the idmgr used on the XS supports OpenID. Wad,
please correct me if I am wrong.

Sulo and I are sysadmins so we won't be changing much code, just trying
to integrate existing tools as best we can.

I think the single best way for you to help us right now would be to
work out an identity manager solution for the XS that supports OpenID
and integrates well w/ Moodle.

It would be great if you could come out to Nepal in the month of March,
immediately prior to our April pilot. At that time we will be testing
our school server solution at the school site and may need the help of
an expert to fix problems and modify the system to meet the needs of our
users -- kids and teachers.

On Wed, 2008-01-23 at 18:45 +1300, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Jan 23, 2008 6:34 PM, Bryan Berry <bryan.berry at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Martin we could definitely use your help. Right now my colleague
> > Sulochan will be focusing on Moodle while I will primarily be working on
> Cool. Are you using OpenID? I am working on a custom version of Moodle
> for the XS. If you are going to change code, it will make sense to see
> what version you are based on, and use a good scm to track the
> changes. I use git (most of the olpc project does too).
> > fedora for the next couple weeks. We may very soon take you up on your
> > offer. Ever been to Kathmandu? :)
> No, never been to Kathmandu ;-)
> [But been lucky enough to have done a few trips around the pacific
> islands on other e-learning endeavours. If you need me there, we can
> sure find a way.]
> cheers,
> martin

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