Scott Leslie is heading up a rather large initiative in BC to deploy some cool whiz-bang learning object technology across the province for a couple of very large organizations. His group recently made a decision on which technologies they were going to use, and they picked APOLLO.
Scott has written up an excellent description of his rationale, plan, and hopes for the BC/APOLLO collaboration. I really like his pragmatic stance - use what's best for the job, and for the users. He likes Open Source, but isn't married to it. He likes commercial software, but will use something else if it's a better fit.
It's going to be one heck of a fun ride, through September and beyond!
And Scott is also astute enough to call us on our "pick a cool-sounding-name and shoehorn an acronym into it" strategy. Doh. ;-)