Haha, no kidding about vendor feedback. I’m sure you get far more than you can handle!

The desire for Elm work points to a much larger problem about tooling support: we have so many languages, so many platforms, and building tools is so much work (especially for low resource teaching and research teams), it’s hard to imagine ever having a lot of great infrastructure without for-profit enterprises investing in creating it. It’s a classic problem in educational technology, exacerbated in CS by our love of constantly creating new things.

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