User talk:James Neill
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Welcome to Moodle. Just curious, I did not see disruptive technologies listed as a topic in your my Wikiversity user page "Activity / interests" section (cool revealing pulldowns). Is this a theme woven in many things and what does it mean? --chris collman 07:33, 31 August 2008 (CDT)
Why all the duplicate page names?
I don't get the point of creating new pages like 'Quiz questoin types' redirecting to 'Question types'. What purpose do they serve? (The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tim Hunt (talk • contribs) 11:13, September 17, 2008.)
- Thanks for the explanation. That makes sense to me. I was genuinely asking for information, knowing that you were an experienced Wikipedia participant.--Tim Hunt 23:40, 16 September 2008 (CDT)
Hi, I looked at your Moodle.org personal links page. Followed up on some of the links. I do not think it is encouraged (read promoted) but I have a few sub pages on this MediaWiki, most of mine related to "how to" tricks or drafts for MoodleDocs. I put the links to them at the bottom of my personal page (otherwise I would forget and who knows, somebody else might find them useful :) )
I don't have a webserver or site that belongs to me alone. So I use the sub pages for strickly moodle related stuff and don't feel guilty. Just a thought --chris collman 10:35, 18 September 2008 (CDT)
Offline quiz editor
I saw your posting over at https://docs.moodle.org/en/User_talk:Tim_Hunt. I have created an Import and export FAQ page where I try to collect all the scattered information on offline quiz creation. Feel free to add to the list!
I am also working on XML FAQ for a better documentation of Moodle XML, also with the aim of facilitating offline tools for creating quiz questions.
Kind regards, --Frank Ralf 04:04, 11 December 2008 (CST)
Cool tricks and demos in the Sandpit
Hi, was tracking down your UC links to change to University of Canberra. Like the TOCright. On a mission but I shall return to see what else you have done!
Happy New Year! --chris collman 13:37, 30 December 2008 (CST)
Very interesting! I will make sure my site administrator sees the Sand Pit! So much to see, so little time:) The moving activity title caught my eye and I like the all the different ways. Also gives me ideas as per MoodleDocs and demo.moodle.org. You got me all ramped up this morning...again. Thanks--chris collman 11:24, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
Hi James, The linked slideshare screenshots seem to be one off. If you click on the "Colored Boxes" for example you are directed to "Auto-linking". --Frank Ralf 12:23, 15 July 2009 (UTC)