Leap, the German company that makes the Leap Motion Leap Motion system, has announced that its academic german program has been made open source.
Leap says it plans to release the course calendar and other documentation online “as soon as the official launch.”
Leap says the academic germans course calendar will be made available through an open source repository, and that the documentation will be open sourced as well.
Leap has previously released its academic courses as open source, but has yet to offer a course calendar.
The company says its academic Germans calendar will allow students to view the academic and extracurricular activities of the university.
Leap initially announced that it would release the academic calendar in 2018, but later delayed the date to 2019.
Leap announced in May that it will offer a new academic gendered calendar in 2019.
The academic gergens course calendar has not been updated in over a decade, but Leap says that the open source community will be able to help “develop the next version of the calendar to offer an entirely new and richer user experience.”
Leap has already released several academic calendars and has a history of supporting academic programs.
It launched its academic course calendar in 2016, with a range of topics including biochemistry, psychology, economics, art history, and art history.
Leap also released the German language courses from its academic programs in 2018.
Leap is working with universities across Germany to offer their own academic gemens course calendars, as well as offering its own course calendars in several other languages.