thank you for your support. I have added Wvk in CC so he will get the
The main part of the Moodle-plugin is ready but I have thought about some
others things that we could do:
1. Create a Wikiversity Moodle-theme
2. Create a MW-extension which shows some information about a Moodle-course
in a wiki page
3. Add another admin for Moodle and the Labs project (wikiversity-sandbox)
About localisation: I already planned to contact the people from
to ask if they could add my plugin
About testing: http://sandbox.wikiversity.wmflabs.org/moodle
is open for
everybody to use and test it. I would be happy when as many as possible
would test the plugin and report bugs to me.
Von: Sumana Harihareswara [mailto:email@example.com]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 16. April 2013 22:09
An: Wikimedia developers; Jan Luca Naumann
Betreff: Moodle & Wikiversity - new Moodle plugin interfaces with MediaWiki
"Moodle is a free and open source learning management system (LMS).
James Neill has made some valuable contributions about how Moodle can be
used in conjunction with Wikiversity as a platform for open education.
To minimise the need for exporting/importing content from one learning
management system (LMS) class site to another and then to another
institution Wikiversity may be used as an open educational content
A moodle-plugin has been developed by Jan Luca (German Wikiversity) to
include content into Moodle hosted on Wikiversity by using a simple tag:
[Include-WV]<URL>[/Include-WV]. The plug-in can be tested on
. For further information
contact Jan Luca or Wvk. This move is part of an initiative to restart
German Wikiversity that seeks to invite new contributors to the project."
Thanks for working on this, Jan Luca and Wyk! I see the code is at
. Are you looking for
help of any sort -- design, testing, localisation, etc.?
Engineering Community Manager