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Thanks for jumping in!
Moodle surely taps into my memories of college! :-P I think it has a
place in an educational setting but my worry is that it might feel a
bit too formal to the end user while lacking the flexibility we want to
be able to make the most of both visual and textual contents. For
example I doubt Moodle packs a full-text engine, right? Or more
generally that it shines at allowing the end user to discover topics
just as good as a wiki...
So yeah, we need:
- - something full-text searchable
- - with good discoverability features
- - easy to update
- - pleasant to browse and visually enticing.
The last point is perhaps where wikis fall flat the hardest (though
there are exceptions), but all things considered these conditions don't
really decide between a wiki or a documentation generator engine with
full-text search. I think the precise platform will become obvious once
we're done with our first todo list.
So yeah, if you have other suggestions that tick these boxes that'll be
very useful, but Doodle makes me squint a bit.
Le mercredi 14 octobre 2020 à 06:03 +0000, Lars Vogdt a écrit :
Am October 13, 2020 12:59:03 PM UTC schrieb Adrien
My only hope is that if we consolidate and update
material *while also offering recommendations over and above mere
descriptive material* we will be able to have a "source of truth"
useful enough to knock down the two Problems, at least as far as
users are concerned.
Please excuse me jumping in here, but maybe it's helpful information
for you or others that I started:
a few weeks ago. This is not about documentation, but a learn
management system, that could - theoretic ally - help users to learn
to understand the details of some Linux or open source parts by
reading documentation or presentations, discussing in topic centric
forums/ chats or even prove their knowledge in tests - around
So far, the login with your IDP account should already work. What is
obviously missing there is content and trainers/ teachers, that want
to provide course material and teach people.
> > Any help is welcome, especially
> > for:
> > - writing, editing and peer-reviewing: We would be delighted to
> > benefit
> > from more knowledgeable people to help us refresh, deepen and
> > harmonize
> > openSUSE's wikis and other documentation platforms
> > - video editing: Our video staff is looking for people
> > interested
> > in
> > producing video contents and / or willing to script and record
> > video
> > tutorials in English
JFYI: moodle would allow to summarize/ combine tutorial videos, docs,
dedicated wikis and other stuff under one umbrella. One .opensuse.org
umbrella with full control for interested community members.
Lars Vogdt <Lars.Vogdt(a)suse.com>
- BuildOPS Engineering Team Lead -
SUSE Software Solutions Germany GmbH
(HRB 247165, AG München), GF: Felix Imendörffer
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