How come some "Particularly helpful Moodlers" , havent logged on for more than 60 days?
Could it be that that is what makes them particularly helpful?
Well one seems to have not logged in for more than 200 days
https://moodle.org/user/index.php?contextid=53&roleid=0&id=5&perpage=20&search&ssort=lastaccess in case anyone is wondering.
Note that only shows when the user last viewed a page in the 'Moodle in English' course. Not when they lasted logged in to moodle.org. As you might guess from the name, and City/town, Pascal Boulerie has logged in and posted to Moodle in French more recently than that.
Tim "As you might guess from the name, and City/town, Pascal Boulerie has logged in and posted to Moodle in French more recently than that."
Very true, and the fact that French moodlers do not eat Marmite (most French people do not even know that the stuff exists) does not help making them "helpful moodlers" on the English forums.
Now, now. Guillermo might get all sheepish about that, and I wouldn't blame him.
So a "Paticularly helpful Moodler" is once who is more helpful than the average Moodler. Begs the question. If they are usually busy with so much work, why do these special breed of people exist?
Thanks for the detailed analysis. I always thought the term was derived from 'particle', to stress their Brownian-like motion:
(Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brownian_motion )
I see a whole lot of search-engine queries in your analysis, always from the same giant. No wonder, one goes in all kinds of tangents.
Im one now, havent been on Moodle.org for at least 5 months
Still have 2014 badge though
Many particularly helpful but dormant Moodlers. The Guinness Award goes to the cicada insect which can lie dormant for 13 to 17 years before emerging from underground to mate.
I believe there is a plant that flowers every 100 years as well