Carnegie Mellon University case study

Found this on a random search for a Mayan question.

Carnegie Mellon University is one of the top universities when it comes to software engineering. That they are using Mayan in their courses it’s wild! That’s a big recognition of the work you guy have done.

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Good find I’ve forgotten about this use case.

Carnegie Mellon University has been using Mayan EDMS for a few years now.

They have their own fork of Mayan EDMS that is used for the CMU 313 curriculum (Foundations of Software Engineering)

It has changes to make development easier and its own custom app for students to work on:

The CMU Qatar campus made a bulk purchase of the Mayan EDMS book in 2020 to use as a text book in class.

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This form is very interesting and I’d like to make something like it in my organization, where can i find info on how to dfo it ?


If you are referring to have students use Mayan for software engineering, you can look at the Carnegie Mellon fork of Mayan:

They forked Mayan and added a few changes to make running development changes easier.

Other than that it is the exact code from the free version.

Mayan’s code hosting is done in GitLab.

Just press the Fork button to start your own version:

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