As of now, the community education website runs as a single repository (and curriculum as another single repository). This probably technically limits the ways we think about developing content for the same.
If, on the other hand, we make community education an organization under github, and the various repositories projects under it, we’ll have much more power and flexibility when it comes to creating content. We’d no longer be restricted by having to put everything look good on the main website.
And if we were to directly host content on github, we can easily have multiple subfolders running different different courses on their own. For example, gh.com/comm-edu/git can have a gh-pages branch which can be containing a P2PU course in a box, or a jekyll project, or even a static pure html project and we’d have it showing up at comm-edu.org/git
I think this enables easy and independent development of a large amount of content