The Apereo Foundation today announced that EQUELLA has graduated from the Apereo incubation process. The incubation process ensures that software has met a key set of required indicators before being fully endorsed by the Apereo Foundation.
It was also announced that an Advisory Board of EQUELLA users is being established to ensure ongoing governance of the project. This will include Mara Hancock, CIO of California College of the Arts, and Lee Webster Director Learning Technology Innovation and Services at TAFE Queensland.
Edalex continues to work closely with the Apereo Foundation to ensure the ongoing evolution of the EQUELLA platform, whilst also continuing to provide account management, hosting, development, consulting and client support services for Asia Pacific-based EQUELLA clients.
The formal market announcement can be found here.