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Picture of vouty -
Re: What are the possible strategies for choosing my Moodle version ?
 

Hi,

I saw it, and if I don't miss something, I've to built the table.

I'm looking, like every beginner I think,  for a table (tabloid size) with main differences for users .

So table can be two , like :

First : main functionnalities (technical approach) / versions

Second : Main  tools for courses (teachers approach)  / versions

(with an addendum on technical requirements / versions)

Second would be the best for me . Not everything would be in these tables , just basic information for , for example, on type of user.

Here an example of a quick overview (in an other area) :

http://www.partition-tool.com/landing/home-download.htm

 
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Picture of Visvanath Ratnaweera
Re: What are the possible strategies for choosing my Moodle version ?
Group Particularly helpful Moodlers
Hi

> I saw it, and if I don't miss something, I've to built the table.
> ...
> Here an example of a quick overview (in an other area) :
> http://www.partition-tool.com/landing/home-download.htm

There is no such table for Moodle to my knowledge. If there is one, I expect it to be very long, Moodle has quite a few features and nearly as many versions.
wink

BTW, there is a more compact page with links to all the release notes: http://docs.moodle.org/dev/Category:Release_notes.

 
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