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:Hi Gustav, I've wondered about this too. However, I think that, for now at least, we should keep the Developer category, as some pages, for example [[Themes]], are in the Developer category but not in the Development namespace. --[[User:Helen Foster|Helen Foster]] 09:34, 27 September 2007 (CDT)
 
:Hi Gustav, I've wondered about this too. However, I think that, for now at least, we should keep the Developer category, as some pages, for example [[Themes]], are in the Developer category but not in the Development namespace. --[[User:Helen Foster|Helen Foster]] 09:34, 27 September 2007 (CDT)
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At least two active MoodleDoc participants forget about the update tag. I think this is the place to add some information how to communicate about editing needs. Stub, update, and deletion are examples.  Summary in my opinion is another way to communicate about edits and this is an example of that use. --[[User:chris collman|chris collman]] 07:31, 4 April 2008 (CDT)

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Do you really want a
[[Category:Developer]]
at the bottom of developer pages even though they are in the Developer namespace? Gustav Delius 05:14, 7 October 2006 (CDT)
Hi Gustav, I've wondered about this too. However, I think that, for now at least, we should keep the Developer category, as some pages, for example Themes, are in the Developer category but not in the Development namespace. --Helen Foster 09:34, 27 September 2007 (CDT)

MoodleDocs editing tags

At least two active MoodleDoc participants forget about the update tag. I think this is the place to add some information how to communicate about editing needs. Stub, update, and deletion are examples. Summary in my opinion is another way to communicate about edits and this is an example of that use. --chris collman 07:31, 4 April 2008 (CDT)