0.6.0 running with Django 1.3.1 stable
7/4/2012 - In the process of converting project over to gitt. Want to be more community driven development.
Perfect for companies, colleges, schools, community organizations and collectives wishing to deliver courses via the Internet on an internal deployment of Classcomm. Classcomm is a set of tools for instructors and students to hand-in assignments, communicate effectively on the web, and learn new materials.
Presently the best way to experience Classcomm is with our advertisement-free Live Demo. You can register your free account with database encrypted password, and try out the student and instructor views. Soon you will additionally be able to create Courses on our Demo system for Demo purposes, but possibly also to offer up for open enrollments and trial your own course materials.
Please try our Live Classcomm Demo on http://classcomm.net/
Any 2Ghz+ CPU, 2GB+ memory, 50GB +Hard Disk system or better running Ubuntu Linux.
Other database support inherent in Django [MySQL, Postgresql, Oracle, and several other adapters have been written].
I started this Django project began the very end of 2007 as part of my J.Scholar Honors at Illinois. Inspired by the simple design of Course CMS prototype with the same name written in PHP, and used by the UIUC NetMath Program. The goal of this open-source Django project Classcomm has been to develop a web application CMS inside a web framework that could make quality guarantees while facilitating add-on development and agile feature releases for such a product while keeping pace with the latest web standards. The flexibility, stability and security specifications of the latest Django releases has made this an up-and coming technology suite for delivering Courses on the Web that schools will be able to deploy to their own servers or purchase instances through cloud providers for offering these services. We hope to offer and support such services ourselves in the future.