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Documentation on non-standard modules

How about pages to create documentation for non-standard modules as they are developed. This is always a weakness of non-standard modules, figuring out how they work. Then by time they become standard the documentation is already available. --N Hansen 11:29, 29 January 2006 (WST)

Yes, we should definitely do as you suggest. Links to pages for documentation on non-standard modules should be added to the Non-standard modules page. --Helen Foster 16:56, 29 January 2006 (WST)

But what about the truly non-standard ones? I mean the ones not available from the download page but that are under discussion in the forums, e.g. flash cards, feedback? Those are the ones that I was thinking of.--Hatshepsut 10:38, 30 January 2006 (WST)

Can we have some clarification on this? I was just about to link to the ipodcast module entry but that conflicts with the statement "Non-standard activity modules may be downloaded from Moodle Download: Activity modules."
Documentation for any code in cvs:moodle/contrib is most welcome, hence the added link on the Non-standard modules page. Thanks :-) --Helen 07:10, 5 February 2006 (WST)
So if it's not in contrib then it shouldn't be in the wiki? Ta, Darren
Documentation for any code wherever it is stored is most welcome, ok? The new Database module in Moodle 1.6 will provide a great code repository on for both standard and contrib code. --Helen 05:46, 7 February 2006 (WST)

Flash module link

The "flash" link on this page does not link to a page on the Flash module, only to a page on flash filters.--N Hansen 05:33, 13 April 2006 (WST)

Please feel free to make any improvements/amendments that you notice. Thanks! --Helen Foster 18:49, 13 April 2006 (WST)

Page merge

Perhaps [[Non-standard modules]] should be merged into Category:Contributed_code. Any comments? --Helen Foster 22:11, 6 July 2006 (WST)

Update: Non-standard modules content has been copied to Category:Modules (non-standard). Thanks to David Scotson for an interesting discussion on the use of categories and sub-categories :-) --Helen Foster 18:34, 31 July 2006 (WST)