It would seem, just based on past experience, that actually demonstrating your incompetence as a Moodle host is very easy. I've seen it time and time again. I think I remember a thread in the using moodle forums where you lectured people about how the moodle pron problem wasn't actually a problem and was only viewable to the site admin. I seem to remember you going into a long incompetent rant lecturing everyone about how this wasn't a problem at all, only to have someone post dozens of links to graphic porn on one of your sites where you were the site admin. Is my memory incorrect? If so, please let me know and I'll be happy to apologize. I wouldn't want to take a cheap shot. Of course, we all know what happened in the UK several months after that, don't we?
Of course, this is all "water under the bridge" and nothing like that could happen again. Right? I'm sure all your sites are locked down tight and this couldn't possibly be a problem on a Remote Learner site now--right? I'm sure many people are awaiting the answer to this question, so please respond to help put all our minds at ease.
Of course, there are other "potential" problems on Moodle sites other than porn, Right? Moodle HQ did send out a notice a couple weeks ago about some pretty serious security issues, didn't they? Let's see...there was that SQL injection thing that is a Major security issue and we can't forget that other "minor" problem where any teacher in any course can access grades of all courses on the site. Humm...wonder if the FERPA police would also consider that "minor". Aw well, no big deal, I'm sure you have all your Remote-Learner sites upgraded to the latest versions to protect your clients from this. Right.
Oh, but wait. I see this school site http://jcs.remote-learner.net/ running Moodle 1.9.3. Hummm, and come to think of it, I see this site http://ilm.remote-learner.net/ running Moodle 1.8 (Of course, I'm sure there is a very good reason for them being 10 versions behind in the 1.8 branch) with email account creation and I'm sure there is absolutely no way anyone could get into that first course (Business Logistics Principles) with the "Remote-Learner Admin" watching over it. The enrollment key that starts with a 7 -- no, a 5th grader couldn't possibly figure that one out
Okay everyone. Stop taking these cheap shots at Mr. Williams. After all, he is a "certified" Moodle Partner. What could anyone possibly be concerned about?