Talk:Lesson clusters

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Good changes about clusters (and the other navigational pages). Perhaps we should get rid of the statement concerning if clusters are or are not like other pages. From an teacher standpoint, they contain similar elements (title, content, jump) . From a student standpoint they (navigational pages) are not visible, thus are certainly different. LOL, I try to not to make value statements in MoodleDocs, I certainly seem to forget that the student view is probably more important to consider than the teachers view. --chris collman 18:57, 22 June 2006 (WST)

As (an admittedly small number of) people may come here looking for the Performance documentation regarding server clustering (as in Beowulfs etc) perhaps it's worth having a disambiguation notice? -- Rory Allford

Good point, I've added a pointer to the intro --David Scotson 18:59, 21 July 2006 (WST)
Excellent. Don't know where the typical disambiguation notice should go. Just curious question. As it is, works for me because it is placed after the short intro for new users. Wonder if we want a new sub section "See Also Server Clusters" with the "Note....etc on the Performance Page". --chris collman 03:21, 25 July 2006 (WST)

Cluster means two things

How did this english speaker miss that "cluster" has two meanings inside of a Lesson. The page and a group of pages. Sigh, and here I have thought we should call a "Branch Table" page, a "Branch" page. That would create the same issue, a branch could be a page or a group of pages. Not a good idea for non-native speakers of english. :).

Also introduced the notation: Q1, Q2, C1, Q3, Q4, Q5, EC1, Q6, Q7, Q8. Wonder if that is confusing or perhaps it is enlightening. --chris collman 07:09, 26 November 2007 (CST)

Sub-clustering requires Jump to Cluster?

It seems to me that a sub-cluster does not work unless the questions inside the clusters all Jump back to the start of the cluster. This page presently is phrased to indicate that is optional. I only tried to use the thing, I have not tried to check how the code intends it to behave. -- Scot Wilcoxon 20:29, 24 May 2010 (UTC)