> In part. Also in part since these are close to Learning Registry ideas, I
> was hoping someone else would take an independent view on them and provide
> some wonderful new insights.
>> If you have any other comments or suggestions regarding this call please
>> do let us know.
> So I'll be candid -- in my view, the submissions were pretty main stream in
> terms of how they view the repository and content ecosystem; not to say that
> this is bad. As I noted before, I was hoping to see something completely
> unexpected come forth as ideas. So I do wonder if #1 and #2 are outside of
> people's current comfort zones and models of how the ecosystem works.
Its feels slightly unfair to me to describe / attribute projects with
certain characteristics, especially when i haven't come up with a bid.
I think the open call is more suited to people's current projects, and
that's why that got more. Could the projects be implemented by someone
in their own time?