The purpose of the DotNetSCORM™ project is to create an Open Source Learning Management System using .Net technologies. There are currently several SCORM compliant Learning Management System’s written in Java and PHP. These are mostly based upon the ADL Sample RTE. However due to the technologies used they can not be tightly integrated into the Windows Server environment. Therefore this projects goal is create a SCORM Compliant LMS to serve as a model for further development and use of the SCORM standard on the Windows Platform.
- We are currently moving the project code to the ASP.NET 3.5 platform.
- We are working to intergrate some of the components from the SharePoint Learning Kit into DotNetSCORM.
- The Next Release will provide SCORM 1.2 and 2004 functionality.
- We are looking for people who are truely interested in contributing to this project.
The project web site url is: http://www.DotNetSCORM.com/
How Can I Contribute To This Project?
The fastest way to really get this project to production is to download the code and begin testing and working on any Work Items listed in the Issue Tracker. Some of these work items have to do with writing documentation and suggesting how a particular item can be accomplished.
You can submit updates for code via the Patch Upload tab. You will need the CodePlex Client to create your patch. Instructions can be found on the CodePlex "How to Contribute Page" http://www.codeplex.com/CodePlexClient/Wiki/View.aspx?title=HowToContribute
How Can I Join This Project?
We are actively seeking team members. We will be looking for people that provide feedback, logging bug reports and feature suggestions, and uploading source code patches. If the project team values your contributions then they are more likely to accept your request to join the project or even ask for you to join.