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OpenCraft in Boston and Bogotá

After an unforgettable Open edX 2022 conference and co-working retreat last year in Lisbon, Portugal, we were eager to see what our 2023 trip had in store!
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01-23 Newsletter — Conference Schedule Preview, Olive Features, Core Contributor Retros

[Conference Preview] Get a sneak peek of the 2023 Open edX Conference with tCRIL's series of "Conference Preview" blog posts. The […]

11-22 Newsletter — 2023 Conference Keynotes, New TOC Members, Product Survey

[2023 Conference Keynotes] The team at tCRIL announced the first two keynote speakers for the 2023 Open edX Conference, taking place March 28-31 […]

A Look at the Recent Enhancements to Discussions in Open edX

This article was written by Kshitij Sobti, senior open source developer at OpenCraft. OpenCraft has been interested in working on […]

06-22 Newsletter — Nutmeg Released, July Community Meetup, Demystifying User Retirement

Here's a recap of our June 2022 newsletter: [Nutmeg Release] Nutmeg, the latest stable version of the Open edX platform, is […]
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Demystifying User Retirement in the Open edX platform

This article was written by team member Kaustav Banerjee. User Retirement in an Open edX platform is the very last […]

04-22 Newsletter — OpenCraft In Portugal + Open edX Conference

Here's a recap of our April 2022 newsletter: This edition of our newsletter will be shorter than usual, because our […]
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Open edX Core Contributor Program

This article was written by Sarina Canelake, Engineering & Community Manager at The Center For ReImagining Learning (tCRIL). The Open […]
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02-2022 Newsletter: Keynote Speakers, Conference Details, Core Contributors Adopted

[Conference Themes] The 2022 Open edX Conference will be hosted in-person in Lisbon, Portugal, from Apr. 26-29. You should register as soon as […]

12-21 Newsletter: Governance Changes, Maple, Virtual Event recap, Core Contributors

[Governance] As the stewardship of the Open edX platform is moving from edX/2U to the newly formed Center For Reimagining Learning […]

11-21 Newsletter: 2U Acquisition, End-Of-Year Virtual Event, Maple Release, Tech Radar

[2U Acquisition] E-Learning company 2U has completed its acquisition of the website and assets, as announced in Open edX's recent blog […]

10-21 Newsletter: Maple Release, Core Contributors, Open Source Theme

Here is a recap of our October 2021 newsletter: [Maple Release Update] The master branches for Maple, the next Open edX […]

09-21 Newsletter: Virtual Event Recap, Sites Generator, Maple Release

[Community Event] The Open edX community hosted an online event on Friday, September 17. It featured a talk by Ed Zarecor on the […]

LTI 1.3 and LTI Advantage Support in the Open edX Platform

This article was written by Giovanni Cimolin (OpenCraft) and Ned Batchelder (edX). Learning Tools Interoperability® (LTI®) is a standard used […]

07-21 Newsletter: edX Acquired By 2U, LTI Advantage Certification, Extensions Directory

Here is a recap of our July 2021 newsletter: [2U Acquires edX] 2U, an educational technology company, announced that it is acquiring edX. […]

All XModules converted to XBlocks

This blog post was co-authored by OpenCraft team member Usman Khalid and edX team member Dave Ormsbee. It is with […]

Enabling server-side encryption on AWS S3 and Open edX

This article was written by team member Aayush Agrawal This blog post shows how to enable encryption at rest for […]

How We Deploy the Open edX Platform

The Open edX platform is constantly growing in every aspect, something that’s desirable for every Open Source Software that proves to be useful and true to the name. In that sense, the ways of setting up the platform keep evolving, too. Unless you’re knowledgeable with the tools used for working with the platform in a local environment, there is no “simple” way to get started with an instance without help. That’s where we come in.