I've tried to track down an answer to this question: is the Alfresco <> Moodle connection sorted/stable without a whole lot of fixes, patches and high level inside knowledge?
I came to the conclusion several months ago that Moodle 2+ without a repository was not going to work.
**I found this: Nice article from Packt (probaby a good reason to buy the book). I quote: This article by Jason Cole, Jeanne Cole and Gavin Henrick, authors of Moodle for Business: Beginner's Guide, introduces the integration of Moodle with Alfresco. Alfresco is an open source content management system that integrates well with Moodle and can act as Moodle's content repository.
**Thread from this forum: http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=164785 etc etc I could not quite sort out in my mind why you need extra stuff.
**Other news: Alfresco Sponsored event. I know nothing about any of this, but it looked interesting.
Partner Solution:CIGNEX Datamatics :Alfresco Powering e-learning for a Global University through an integration with Liferay Portal and Moodle (Learning Management System)
When: February 28 2012
Where: Online Webinar 10am UK, 12pm CET
Join CIGNEX Datamatics, Alfresco’s Global Platinum Partner, as they share the case study experience of a leading Global online university, regarding their Document Management & Web Portal solution having the integration of Open Source technologies - Alfresco ECM, Liferay Portal and Moodle Learning Management System. The webinar will feature information related to the business drivers, challenges and solution architecture and also include a live demonstration.