Why, oh why, does it take a couple of hours "problem solving" when the README.TXT file could have easily said,
1 download the zip file
2 extract the zip file
3 copy the stuff in \blocks to your server\moodle\blocks folder
4 do the same for the \mod\feedback folder
5 then log on to your moodle
6 then go to notifications and press continue
7 enjoy a good program/module
8 have a nice cup of english tea!
pah! why waste so much time
I do agree that such a readme.txt file would be useful. However, the scenario you describe is exactly the same for all moodle modules and plugins. So maybe it is expected that anyone installing a module or plugin will know what they are doing. Plus, on the Modules and plugins page there is a clear link to detailed instructions.
Hope you enjoyed your cup of tea anyway.
We may be able to make this more prominent. I frequently also encourage the README.txt file too so this discussion will serve as a good example of why I do so. Happy Moodling! Peace - Anthony
Everything is working fine now