I rmember Martin and Stewart commenting on Moodle a couple of times. Correct me if I am wrong, but Martin's brother runs the British-based company that markets Textoys and Markin, plus hosts Hotpotatoes.ne. So they have their own server-based solution for saving results which they share by giving people access to .net services.
Martin also mentioned he was a little concerned about people using Hot Potatoes with Moodles without paying license fees: the free license conditions do not apply if hot potatoe exercises are password protected and not made available without any restrictions on the web. Probably there is a fair number of people who use Hot Potatoes and password protect their exercises in Moodle courses ....
All I can say is the license fee for Hot Potatoes and all the other software Martin and Stewart have created are definitely worth the investment, and I look forward to future versions, for which I will be happy to pay the upgrade price they charge.
Good work, Henny, and Gordon, of course.
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