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Re: Recommendations of LMS

From: Ramaseshan S
Subject: Re: Recommendations of LMS
Date: Thu, 06 Aug 2020 20:53:50 +0530
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   Hi  Jonathan,
   I have recently started using OpenEdX
   ([1] and been pretty impressed with
   it. OpenEdX is the same code that power . There are 2
   limitations that come with openedx
   1. It only supports ubuntu 16.04 (tough docker containers are
   available)[Not Recommended]
   2. It is quite resource heavy(Requires MySQL, Mongo, Elastic with
   python + Django)
   Considering your running environment, I would recommend you
   ---- On Wed, 05 Aug 2020 13:54:17 +0530 Jean Louis <>
   wrote ----

   * Jonathan Sandoval <[2]> [2020-08-04 17:55]:
   > So, my question is: what LMS that respects freedom would you
   > recommend?. I've worked in the past with Moodle and installed it for
   > some schools and universities. I've seen Canvas LMS is very
   > too. Any recommendation?, or maybe, any trouble with these mentioned
   > options?.
   As I have not tried none of them, I cannot recommend none, yet there
   is the list of Learning Management Systems:
   Myself, when creating Learning Management System I would specifically
   demand that computers users, learners, use a dedicated computer that
   runs free operating system, and then I would prefer one local network
   database, we can think of it as a school centralized database, and one
   remote database for task assignments and collection of data.
   Data from remote database would be transferred to centralized
   I would then mostly use Emacs and various free software tools for task
   assignments and collection. For example LaTeX equations could be
   prepared by using TeXmacs and submitted through Emacs, not necessarily
   There would be no exclusion of some possible tool that can help in
   learning and no limitation to browser environment only.
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