On the modules and plugins page, a 3rd-party developer can upload plugins, small hacks, etc. for moodle users to download and install. In the interface, a developer is given a choice of providing links for all released versions of Moodle plus HEAD, i.e. unreleased:
- Download latest:
- Download for Moodle 1.6:
- Download for Moodle 1.7:
- Download for Moodle 1.8:
- Download for Moodle 1.9:
I think the Download latest choice is prone to confusion. Recently I have seen a number of moodlers mentioning in the forums that they were using moodle 1.9 (the latest released version) and had downloaded and installed the latest version of the Questionnaire plugin, which they wrongly assumed to be most current version to go with the most current version of the plugin. Unfortunately at the moment the version of Questionnaire in HEAD (= latest) is undergoing massive changes and testing, and should not be used on a released version of moodle, but on a test site with Moodle HEAD/2.0...
Can anyone suggest a better wording to replace that misleading Download latest: choice?