First off apologies for not being active recently, I
have been swamped with school work and my exams are coming up so I
need to work on that
I can take on maintaining moodle if we still
need it. What do you say?
On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 6:03 AM, Jonathan Carter (highvoltage)
> Hi Jordan
> On 19/04/2010 18:39, Jordan Mantha wrote:
>>> Moodle's maintenance isn't currently that great, imho we should probably
>>> catch up on what's been going on in Debian and merge efforts there.
>> The last emails I got from the Moodle maintainers in Debian was that
>> the were considering orphaning it. In the past with these kinds of PHP
>> web apps (wordpress, drupal, moodle, etc.) I've wondering if the best
>> thing to do is not package them but provide good documentation
>> instead. They seem constantly out of date and quite difficult to
>> maintain. It's too bad too because Moodle is such a useful app for
> Yep, I checked last night and the package has indeed been orphaned. I
> think you have a very good point, especially considering that some of
> these php web apps such as Wordpress can be updated from within the app
> (probably faster than any packager could get it into an archive).
> The only drawback I can think of is that we wouldn't be able to supply
> Moodle in a server meta-package, but perhaps there could be some kind of
> moodle-tools package that would download and set it up (perhaps with
> some cron jobs or something that could do some semi-automatic updating).
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