I am just back from a successful trip to South Korea where I talked a lot about the NGDLE, Sakai, and Tsugi:
I focused a lot on the new Tsugi use case of being a single-course LMS that is integrated into a single-site OER materials / course site.
There was a good bit of interest from technically minded teachers and folks from educational technology centers. I made it clear that Tsugi was not trivial to install and run yet – but on a good path to be ready for teachers to to build web sites in 2017.
But some want to get started now. And so on October 1, I will be moving the main Tsugi repositories from
The core bits (PHP, Node, and Java) will all move into the “tsugiproject” and tools will move into “tsugitools”.
For folks who have been using the “csev” repositories, GitHub is good about forwarding requests when repositories are renamed or moved.
I am sure this will be a bit of a disruption – but probably better now than later.
If you have any issues with this or suggestions as to how to best do it, let me know.