So this is somewhat related to this post:
… but I figure it probably warrants a separate topic/thread.
In the aforementioned talk, @braden briefly mentions (near the very end, link with timestamp: Building with Blockstore - How OpenCraft Developed LabXchange Using Open edX by Braden MacDonald - YouTube) the
frontend-app-library-authoring MFE which would help course authors build Blockstore-based v2 content libraries. (To the best of my knowledge that is the only such MFE within Open edX; I do understand LabXchange uses something different to build libraries — if there are any other development efforts around v2 library authoring, do let me know!)
So, my question is: what’s the current state, and the agreed way forward for that MFE, and for v2 content libraries in general?
Looking at the commit history that repo hasn’t seen updates in a few months — which, I speculate, might be somewhat related to @arbrandes possibly having his hands uber-full with the BTR and community bits.
So, I figured I’d ask here: will work on that MFE be picked up again for a potential inclusion in Maple? Is there an alternate approach being discussed for v2 content libraries? Has the future of Blockstore changed?
Looking forward to your thoughts — thanks in advance!