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Right after the 2014 Open edX Conference, edX organized a two day Hackathon to get the community to work together with edX engineers in developing new interesting, fun and exciting projects.

The eduNEXt team participated actively, working in a project aimed at implementing the use of libsass instead of sass to allow the removal of a ruby dependency from the stack and enjoy dramatically faster compilation time of stylesheets.

Sharing results at the Open edX Hackathon 2014
Sharing results at the Open edX Hackathon 2014

For a complete list of the proposed projects and results of this Hackathon, visit this link.

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