I know that GitHub - edx/xblock-lti-consumer implements the consumer side of the LTI 1.3 specification enabling integration of third-party LTI provider tools.
One thing for which I never really was able to get an “official” answer is the state of Open edX being the provider for LTI 1.3 in the future.
Is there an “official” answer documented somewhere? I am asking because our Open edX instance currently provides a lot of LTI content to our own internal Moodle instance and even to other Moodle instances on campus. It would be a shame to lose that feature.
Is there a risk that in the near future Open edX will not be able to provide LTI content to other systems?
Also, is the GitHub - edx/xblock-lti-consumer xblock installed by default in Koa and future versions of Open edX? Or is it really just an xblock add-on?
Thanks for any information you can provide.
I’m tagging a few people who might have the answers or that I know are working on the consumer xblock in the hope they can guide me to the right person to answer my questions on the provider side for LTI: @nedbat @giovannicimolin @nimisha @marcotuts