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=Why is this page in the Moodle Docs=
  
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==History of Discussion==
  
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==Moodle vs Other Hosts==
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==Purpose==
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Serve as an additional guide to help users work through variety of questions, issues, etc. These pages will help to steer the user to helpful materials where the search engine may prove less beneficial
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Also
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=Choosing a Web Host=
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==The User Expeerience==
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Link back to the Matrix?
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Can be helpful when not only looking for a web host that meets users needs
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==Finding a Web Host==
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May some generic info nhere as well as a discussion of MP vs non-MP
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==Criteria for Selecting Web Hosts==
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Here is the real meat and potatoes,  which we can put here or actually put on additional pages (my prefs)
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SO a link to range of service, types of support, security, e-mail, mysql support, panels....
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perhaps as well, pages on SLAs generally, boilerplate and guarantees, punchlists

Revision as of 00:43, 4 November 2008

Why is this page in the Moodle Docs

History of Discussion

Moodle vs Other Hosts

Purpose

Serve as an additional guide to help users work through variety of questions, issues, etc. These pages will help to steer the user to helpful materials where the search engine may prove less beneficial

Also

Choosing a Web Host

The User Expeerience

Link back to the Matrix? Can be helpful when not only looking for a web host that meets users needs

Finding a Web Host

May some generic info nhere as well as a discussion of MP vs non-MP

Criteria for Selecting Web Hosts

Here is the real meat and potatoes, which we can put here or actually put on additional pages (my prefs) SO a link to range of service, types of support, security, e-mail, mysql support, panels.... perhaps as well, pages on SLAs generally, boilerplate and guarantees, punchlists