Tag Archives: Brad Wheeler

Is Kuali Guilty of “Open Washing”?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) Phil and I don’t write a whole lot about Student Information Systems (SISs) and the larger Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) suites that they belong to, not because they’re unimportant but because the stories about them … Continue reading

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Kuali Student Sunsetting $40 million project, moving to KualiCo

By Phil HillMore Posts (304) The changes with Kuali are accelerating, and there are some big updates on the strategy. Earlier this week the Kuali Foundation distributed an Information Update obtained by e-Literate on many of the details of the transition … Continue reading

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Kuali Foundation: Clarification on future proprietary code

By Phil HillMore Posts (304) Well that was an interesting session at Educause as described at Inside Higher Ed: It took the Kuali leadership 20 minutes to address the elephant in the conference center meeting room. “Change is ugly, and … Continue reading

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Community Source Is Dead

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1024) As Phil noted in yesterday’s post, Kuali is moving to a for-profit model, and it looks like it is motivated more by sustainability pressures than by some grand affirmative vision for the organization. There has … Continue reading

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Kuali For-Profit: Change is an indicator of bigger issues

By Phil HillMore Posts (304) On Friday the Kuali Foundation announced the creation of a new for-profit entity to be led by the former CTO of Instructure, Joel Dehlin. Jeff Young at the Chronicle described the change: Ten years ago, a … Continue reading

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