I am one of those residents - (Just moved back from Chicago-Land last October) - For those curious the city is pronounced O-LAYth-UH We are a suburb of KC and it seems the Olathe Government took cues from the issues with the city that Google was having In KC and tried to ease Google's issues by putting what they want explicitly in the writing of the contracts. I hope it arrives sooner than later and thank you for your Congratulations
Knife goes in... guts come out...
As we move toward tablets with full functioning web browsers that will display anything you throw at it, then you will see the end of the app store era. But what do I know?
I heard Encyclopedia Britannica wants to buy the first ad...
I work closely with both the Authors and I believe they will be getting out a version for 2.0 when they can- We were all laughing that this gets Slashdotted after 2.0 even though the book has been out for a little while - I even have my own Signed copy
But as I work very closely with Moodle I can assure you plenty of people will still be running 1.9 for awhile longer, I still run into Moodle 1.6 sites from time to time
Also there is currently no way to import an class into Moodle 2.0 that has been backed up in a previous version - that will come in 2.1
Moodle 2.0 is such a jump from the previous versions of Moodle - it has taken them ~3 years to get it out... People should let bugs get worked out of the early builds before they start jumping on this - at the very least a 2.01 or 2.02
some stats from the Moodle Git repository for the amount of
changes that have happened to Moodle 2.0 in the last little while.:
Since Nov. 10 the following has happeend to the 2.0 code:
430 files changed, 9158 insertions(+), 8117 deletions(-)
This means that within the 430 files that have changed there have been
9158 lines of code with additions made and 8117 lines of code with
This is a LARGE amount of code changed in a very short period of time...
Linux Is Not UniX so what is the big deal?