๐Ÿค– My student evaluation software is now open-source!






Adrien Joly

October 27 · Issue #41 · View online

Every week, I share a side-project I made in 1 day.

As Iโ€™m getting ready for my new full-time job (starting in November 6th), Iโ€™m using my free time to tidy up and release all my projects. ๐Ÿ’Ž

๐Ÿ”ฎ Promoting Openwhyd to contributors and donators
Summary of proposed projects and duties towards Openwhyd 2.0
Summary of proposed projects and duties towards Openwhyd 2.0
On Wednesday, I presented the story of Openwhyd, its current status and my wishes for its future, at the Node.js Paris meetup.
One of the most important slides I displayed is the one above, because it shows exciting opportunities for contributors to join and take an impactful role in the collaborative project.
At that occasion, I let the audience know that I was willing to give away most of my roles and responsibilities (including decisional ones) to motivated contributors who were excited and determined to take them. So let me know if you want to know more!
๐ŸŽ€ Open-sourced my auto-grading evaluation suite!
This is how exams I give to my students look like
This is how exams I give to my students look like
Js-test has probably been my biggest solo project. I developed it in order to evaluate my students more efficiently, and used it to give them daily quizzes, self-graded training exercises and exams.
It saved me so much time over the years that I had considered to commercialise it, at some point.
But now that Iโ€™m tired of my entrepreneurial efforts, I decided to release it publicly on Github, as an open-source project! (๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท French teachers: read this announcement)
Now, Iโ€™m curious to see if itโ€™s useful to fellow teachers! Happy to read your thoughts on this, if any.
Thatโ€™s it for today! Have a scary Halloween and talk to you soon! ๐Ÿ‘ป
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