how about we pose this lot into questions...there has to be an axis of sorts.....that stuff pivot around....because I am thinking about that sweep you did Tim, remember the quiz xcel sheet you put together about quiz question popularity? Well, from what I can remember some questions were used more than others across institutions- some elements of sporadic usage and some surprises e.g. UK/other country comparisons, but in the main-this gave an idea about the bigger picture ....oh you must remember surely.
Well, I think there is a hidden methodology in that work, which might be useful to help answer the following questions....not statements
Does anyone know what that 20% is?
Do different users use
a different 20%.
What is taught? How is
it taught? What sort of content is used?
those were listed / prioritised it maybe better to discuss one feature at a
time in terms of what could be improved? (Of course there is no need for a cull-prioritized improvements just means a process that involves rigour/a robust system to funnel down and build back up again......everything else stays the same...so plugins stay)
I think and I could be wrong-that moodle core needs to evolve for innovation....what is left out of that is so important because the stuff in core surely must lend itself as a foundation for future building/construction work.....decision making/judgement about such stuff needs to be informed by the users more so than ever-given the market currently.
Am going to think more about this....don't have time now. But, I hope you can sniff the logic there