Hi @cacciaresi! As I mentioned in our previous conversation on Slack, this should be a 1-3 day effort for someone who is a little bit familiar with both tutor and Open edX. However, most of the effort is not going to reside in the initial development, but in the maintenance (and support) of the plugin. There are two ways to proceed: either this plugin is developed and maintained by someone from the community (yourself?) or by Overhang.io. If it is developed by Overhang.io, then I could use some help for testing the plugin, but, to be blunt, financial support would also be very well appreciated. We could imagine that a group of sponsors finance the development of the plugin, which would then be made exclusively available to them for a couple months. Then the plugin would be made available for the whole community (with some referral links to the sponsor websites). In any case, the plugin would be open source, as always with tutor.
I’m curious to hear your thoughts about this process?