Activities ::: mod_teletask
Maintained by Martin Malchow, Matthias Bauer
This module allows video playback of single and dual stream lecture videos in a moodle course. It offers direct integration of the tele-TASK recording system and supports mp4 videos playback from different sources.
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This tele-TASK plugin is used to offer students video learning material. The main idea is to offer students the lecture recordings that they can prepare for the exam at the end of the semester.

The tele-TASK recording system can be used to record the lecture in dual screen mode like it is known from the tele-TASK portal . These tele-TASK videos can be easily uploaded and integrated into a moodle tele-TASK activity.

Furthermore, one video and dual videos can be played from different sources. Just link to this videos or upload them to you moodle directory by FTP. Further usage details are described at the wiki page.


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Martin Malchow (Lead maintainer)
Matthias Bauer: Maintainer
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  • David Mudrák
    Sat, Oct 3, 2015, 10:31 PM

    Hi. Thanks for sharing this plugin with the community. The plugins team is currently busy with other development tasks for the upcoming Moodle 3.0 release, so please expect delays in the review and approval process. Thanks for your understanding and patience, we will do our best to get to reviewing your plugin soon. Meanwhile, you may want to pay attention to all the recommendations and suggestions reported above and fix them.

  • Plugins bot
    Mon, Oct 5, 2015, 4:29 PM
    Prechecker results: 1189 errors/4236 warnings

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  • Martin Malchow
    Tue, Oct 6, 2015, 11:16 PM
    Regarding the errors. I fixed all of them only with some exceptions:
    1. It is impossible to fix his starting tag error in the language files. Since it works in the same way in all other files
    (#1) The first thing in a PHP file must be the <?php tag.
    2. There is no use of the /e modifier or regualr expression like described in the error message several times in upload.php when using die(...);
    (#88) The use of the /e modifier in regular expressions is forbidden
    3. Multiple display used for different engines (web-kit, Mozilla, ...)

    For the bug tracker I waiting for approval. I requested it with the id CONTRIB-5929
  • Plugins bot
    Wed, Oct 28, 2015, 12:00 AM
  • David Mudrák
    Wed, Oct 28, 2015, 2:42 AM

    Thanks guys for sharing the plugin with the community and for paying attention to fixing the coding style issues raised by our precheck scripts.

    • The reported BOM character issue does not relate to the <?php opening tags but to a hidden UTF-8 char that precedes them. See my pull request for more info.
    • You seem to be right regarding the false positive detection of the /e modifier in your code. That is likely to be a bug in the checker. In any case, preg_match() does not seem to be needed to check for file extension.
    • Tracker component created, we are just waiting for our tracker admin to give you rights to become assignee of issues.

    However, I am afraid there are multiple serious issues with the code. I am reporting them into your tracker. For now, I have to mark your plugin as needing more work yet. Thanks for your patience with the review and approval process.

  • Martin Malchow
    Wed, Oct 28, 2015, 8:46 PM
    Thank you for the response and your effort to check the plugin contribution. I fixed your mentioned problems on the bug tracker.
    I have problems to fix the issue CONTRIB-5970. Please have a look on the comment on the bugtracker to the related issue that we can discuss how to solve the problem that the plugin can work as expected.
  • David Mudrák
    Wed, Nov 11, 2015, 6:17 PM

    Thanks Martin. Please see my comment in the tracker, the current design and implementation is just too dangerous to be accepted now.

  • David Mudrák
    Sat, Mar 5, 2016, 12:29 AM

    Hi Martin. Thanks for fixing the raised issues promptly. I moved your plugin to the Activity modules category. Good luck with further improvements and updates to it.

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