Strange thing, human memory.
I dare say your recollection is right, but I only have my own recollections and interpretations, mangled as they are over time by the little electrical flashes in the neural wires.
Mine recalls a conversation, ~five people, including Martin after his opening talk, left aisle of the Berrill lecture theatre (looking from the stage), about 20 feet from the stage, Martin waiting for someone to collect him to take him to post-talk venue (lunch? coffee?). A few spare minutes. Someone asked about the origin of the name 'Moodle'.
I made a note at the time... Moodle, with the M and D underlined, then, underneath:
Martin's > Modular; Digital > Dynamic
How much of history depends on differing recollections? Most of it, I guess. At least, in the past. The future might hold something quite different...