• Q: Why isn't there a module for something else I want?

• A: Given the wide options of the Kurogo framework, most other kinds of modules are not that technically complicated to implement on our end. The main problem with making more modules is that UNC's online resources are all maintained by different facets of the university, and they are often difficult to integrate with. For example, the Library website lacks standard-format feeds or databases that Carolina Go would be able to read from, though this is not obvious to everyday users. Thus, it is a matter of adapting online resources into a format that we can read.

• Q: So, I noticed the mobile app on www.uncmobile.com. What's that?

• A: The history behind mobile apps at Carolina is long and tedious, and many parties around UNC have independently adopted or developed their own mobile apps. The primary reason is that UNC is a large institution, and technology here can be confusing. The one at www.uncmobile.com is a version that the General Alumni Association commissioned. CarolinaGO is not associated with it.

• Q: Is this the 'official app' of UNC?

• A: Yes, UNC has adopted CarolinaGO as its official app.

• Q: What dictates content in the news section?

• A: The news section is populated with regularly updated content that people read, whether or not it is officially sponsored by the university. Official news is not as important to this app as what people read the most often. During development, the Daily Tar Heel was at the top of the news section, but their 2014 website transition made our HTML parsers obsolete. The biggest factor is compatibility.

• Q: What is the relationship between this app and Student Government?

• A: This app was commissioned by the Student Body President in the 2012-2013 school year. However, when development began in the 2013-2014 school year, the team centralized into a group of five students, two of whom were involved in Student Government. Now the app is not housed under any particular Student Government committee and subsequent Student Body President administrations have been uninvolved in development.

• Q: I am interested in developing another module for the app. How can I get involved?

• A: We are working with Student Government to create a program by which student developers will be hired by ITS to work on CarolinaGO. Talks about this are under way. For the short term, email carolinamobileapp@gmail.com and we'd be interested to hear your ideas. This is a student project, and we want students to continue maintaining it in subsequent years.