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I suspect that somebody has made a mistake. Ou blog is an contributed code and it probably has it's own "help" files. In some research this morning I looked in demo.moodle.org at every "managepost", "manage", "post" and "blog" string in the student's permissions. --chris collman 12:32, 2 March 2010 (UTC)
This is not a help page!
Welcome to the wonderful world of wiki :-) I was directed here when I tried to add a comment to my own AL blog. I expect that's how you got here too. Or maybe you tried to comment on someone else's blog - I tried that too. Anyhow, when I got here the page didn't exist. So I decided to create it. To do that I had to register with Moodle.org, which was easy enough. If you want to add a bit more, feel free. Especially if you can say something useful, such as how to add a comment to your own or someone else's blog.
This might be interesting if you're new to Moodle
And now, for your first task, guess who I am!
- Let me try to guess "04:04, December 17, 2008 janet dyke" --chris collman 07:14, 18 December 2008 (CST)
Additional permissions required
I also had the same problem, that is, students could not create a new post. I found that to make this possible it was necessary to override the student permissions for oublog:manageposts. It was necessary to change this from 'Inherit' to 'Allow'. I did this for the particular course blog, rather than at the system level.
In my opinion, this is a bug. It should only need to be necessary to enable oublog:post and oublog:view.
I seem to be the first person to try to write something in this article, unfortunately I can't write anything useful, but perhaps someone from LTS will come along and change it!