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Comment on overall MoodleDocs2 look
Link to "Site administration"?
- Hi Mary, AFAIS there's no link yet, see Special:WhatLinksHere/Site_administration. The available links on the main page for site administration look rather haphazard to me. They seem to be derived from Template:Managing a Moodle site items which also is used for the menu block on every admin documentation page, e.g. Managing a Moodle site. So you could add [[Site administration]] to that template. --Frank Ralf 23:43, 15 August 2011 (WST)
It is no longer new, but always under construction
I don't think this is new any more and unlike higher priced CMSs our documentation is constantly and instantly being improved (thus it is always under construction). I think we need to change the words. I can only ramble in my attempts. Helen usually comes up with something compact and friendly.
We need to convey that we have changed our philosophy about documenting versions and encourage people to assist in the documentation.--chris collman 00:05, 21 September 2011 (WST)
Links to documentation in other languages
Very good suggestion from Ralf H, noted here ready for when we focus on Main page improvements:
"Lots of people start looking on documentation at this page https://docs.moodle.org/20/en/Main_page. It would be fine if they find an information about the main pages in other languages in a block here."
--Helen Foster 23:54, 26 September 2011 (WST)
2.0 or 2.x
I guess this doc was created for 2.1 and 2.2 and so on. Or do you plan to start over for 2.1? --Guido Hornig 22:00, 3 October 2011 (WST)
- The plan is to copy this wiki to form the basis of the Moodle 2.1 documentation then copy the 2.1 wiki to form the basis of the 2.2 documentation. --Helen Foster 22:11, 3 October 2011 (WST)
Welcome to Moodle Docs. This is the documentation for Moodle that anyone in our community may edit. In this English version, officially launched in January 2006, we are currently working on 1,915 articles, including the documentation of new features in Moodle 1.9.
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Wonder if it could be laid out with 6 cells like Front Page Moodle.org. Add