- i don't place any advertising on people's moodle sites
- i don't bother people after i set up the site
- i won't spam you, but it is possible that i may email you once and a while.
- i am not building an email database out of your email addresses.
- i will not give your email to others, nor will i sell it.
- i allow anything that is legal to be offered on a moodle site
- i will have the sites 'safe surf' rated once the home pages are created
- there are no disk space limits
- there are no bandwith limits
- i offer free domain based email accounts
- i setup subdomains for each moodle site as desired
- i have two general education domains and one christian domain to host moodle sites
- no credit card required
- no identification required (unless i run into a legal reason to verify identification)
- people can create an (anonymous) online identity for their moodle site (as long as fraud isn't being committed)
- the moodle sites can be marketed in any way that the 'site owners' wish
- choose your domain:
- OnlineCommunitySchool.com >>> General Education
- OnlineLearningAcadamy.com >>>> General Education
- EyeOnTheCross.com >>> Christian Teaching... to be hosted on this domain, you must be teaching salvation that is not based upon works. if you are teaching a 'works based salvation', you can be hosted on either of the first two domains, but not on EyeOnTheCoss.com. this one point is not open to negotiation.
- Moodle Administrator Name (Admin)
- Moodle Site Name
- Moodle Site Motto
- Moodle Site Description
- Subdomain Desired (YourSubdomain.OnlineCommunitySchool.com)
- Domain Based Email Addresses (You@YourSubdomain.OnlineCommunitySchool.com or You@OnlineCommunitySchool.com
Please send me details.
This appears to be a fairly old thread, so i don't know how relevant the links above still are or not. But one newer place you may want to take a look at is http://www.freemoodle.org/ It's run by one of the Moodle Partners in NZ (HRND NZ I think - Stuart Mealor). Depending on exactly what you are looking for this may be a place to start looking
This message was from 2009. What's the current status of a Free Moodle Site?
Please advise, thank you.
Why not click on the link, and read the about page?