[README] This forum is for the Learning Equality community to ask and answer questions, share experiences and progress regarding use of Kolibri in different contexts, and connect with users around the world. Please read our policies below before posting. This is a community forum for everyone to have an opportunity to share their stories, ideas, and experiences. Learning Equality reserves the right to edit posts to clarify language and enforce positive community principles.
Before you post
We encourage all Kolibri users to share their ideas and the details of their implementation that worked for them. Links to blog posts and other online resources which support the community forum are welcome.
Is your post in the right place?
Learning Equality uses Github to host our open-source projects. If your post contributes to the open-source development environment, you may consider engaging directly on Github
Has your post already been answered? Is it just a search away?
Learning Equality Community may already have a post related to yours. Read through our documentation. Then, read through this forum before you post in case someone else has already written about it! Check out the forum FAQ and use our search feature. Try different keywords related to your query and read through the top hits.
Make sure you’ve taken advantage of all of these resources before making a separate post.
For reference, here is a list of existing resources, including installation instructions, user manuals, FAQs, etc.:
Double check your post for sensitive information!
As this is a public forum, do not upload screenshots and logs with sensitive/private data. See below for our forum privacy statement.
Follow the community rules
Our code of conduct rules apply to these forums as well as all other Kolibri-related platforms. If you see someone whose behavior is not in line with the code of conduct, please flag their post for moderator review.
Update 5/10/18 - Please see below for our Forum Privacy Statement:
We value your privacy and will take all reasonable steps to protect your personal information. We do not share or distribute your personal information (including email address) to any third party. We may be required to share stored personal information by law.
IP addresses, URLs visited, and related information is recorded for all site visitors for the purpose of site traffic analytics and captured as part of normal operation in our server logs. Cookies are used to track logins, sessions, and collect anonymous traffic data.
Some parts of the Forum allow you to give us personal information, such as screenshots depicting personal use of our software or sharing of CLI logs, both for the purpose of sharing implementation strategy and solving technical challenges. We may use the information you provide to improve the software (i.e., feature improvements, debugging). All information that you disclose in your public profile, in forum posts, comments, tracker, or other public portions of the Learning Equality Community Forum becomes public information.
If you feel that any information displayed is a compromise of one’s privacy, please flag the post for moderation. It will be reviewed and removed at the moderator’s discretion in accordance with privacy concerns.
If you have any questions about any of these practices or our use of your personal information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.