All of the content on SCORM admin settings which I created a few weeks ago has been deleted, and the SCORM template menu has been revised to eliminate links to important information like SCORM reports, Viewing a SCORM, and Adding/Editing a SCORM. Deleted content has not been reincorporated anywhere that I can find.
I've put a lot of work into maintaining and organizing that content, and we routinely refer people to it from the SCORM discussion forum. I do not understand why links to this content are being eliminated, and why the content itself is being deleted. I haven't written that documentation for nothing; I've written it because users have asked questions in the SCORM module forum more than once, and it saves us time to refer them. When we do refer them, we don't want to refer them to a long, unwieldy forum thread, we want to refer them to clear, orderly documentation.
In my opinion, if pages of content are deleted, they should be the pages which explain what SCORM is, list out SCORM authorware, and discuss the SCORM schema. These are topics that are larger than Moodle, and not up to Moodle.org to explain. ADL is and should be responsible for explaining SCORM, not Moodle. The other content, however, is specific to Moodle and most of it has been added as an explicit response to user inquiry. A quick search will demonstrate how often we refer people to the following pages:
The SCORM_Admin_Options page would have been another such page, as we've already had a handful of questions about SCORM Site Admin settings. Unless that information is addressed elsewhere, it should be a part of the SCORM docs.
If this sort of executive deletion and alteration is going to continue in the future then I am not going to contribute to or maintain the docs any longer.