Standard Moodle tags

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Tags are useful for connecting different bits of information together.

Obviously it's important to use the same tags everywhere.

This page describes standard Moodle tags that you should use when describing Moodle events on the internet (Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, etc)

General Moodle stuff

For general discussion of Moodle, use the tag "moodle".

Twitter example:

I just installed #moodle on a computer I bought ten years ago!

Moodle Moots

For Moodle conferences (Moots) use mootCCYY where:

  • CC is a country ISO code or state abbreviation, and
  • YY is a year.

Capitalisation doesn't matter and just helps readability.

The two letter code would usually be a country, but for somewhere like the US where there are different moots they might choose to use "us" or a state like "sf" or "ok". It really doesn't matter if two moots both used mootus09 for example, because they would be separated in time.

Tags in use

  • #mooteu09 MoodleMoot Euskadi
  • #mootNL09 Amsterdam Moodlemoot
  • #mootUS09ok Moodlemoot Oklahoma (or #mootok09)
  • #mootUS09SF Moodlemoot San Francisco (or #mootsf09)
  • #mootin09 Goshen Midwest MoodleMoot
  • #mootus09ny MoodleMoot Delhi (or #mootny09)
  • #mootar09 MoodleMoot Argentina
  • #mootat09 MoodleMoot Austria
  • #mootDE09 MoodleMoot Germany 2009
  • #mootco09 MoodleMoot Colombia
  • #mootcl09 MoodleMoot Chile
  • #mootes09 MoodleMoot Spain 2009
  • #moodle #OE09 Moodle at Online Educa 2009 in Berlin (December)
  • #moodledev09 Czech Hackfest 2009
  • #imoot and #imoot2010 iMoot 2010
  • #mootJP10hk Moodlemoot Japan in Hakodate, February 2010
  • #mootDE10b Moodlemoot Germany 2010 in Berlin March
  • #mootDE10e Moodlemoot Germany 2010 in Essen September
  • #mootNZ10 Moodle Moot New Zealand (Christchurch) April 2010
  • #mootUK10 MoodleMoot UK April 2010
  • #mootok10 MoodleMoot Oklahoma
  • #mootau10 MoodleMoot AU 2010

See also