[ILUG] Anyone up for a bit of testing?
iantheteacher at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 11:56:31 IST 2007
Ya I know you'd want to be awful bored but I'm putting out the call anyway
for someone with Mac OSX to test a bash script for me. Or maybe someone
already knows whether a bash script relying on grep, sed, and zip could work
The "program" is one to convert a folder containing a website into what is
known as a "Learning Object". These are portable zip files with modified
html and XML metadata files to act as lessons on classroom systems such as
It works lovely for me in Suse - but as all I have access to at present is a
iMac G3 with OS9, I can't answer the question on OSX.
I would be grateful, if someone was curious, for the return of a test
Learning Object zip file (that is if the script got that far). If it needs
modification - feel free to join the project and make any corrections.
Immortalisation as part of a tiny GPL project awaits!
By the way, if there are any teachers out there interested in open source
learning platforms, the Cork College of Commerce is planning a workshop in
September, and I'm happy anytime to help you through setting up a Moodle
server or let you experiment on our own Moodle platform at
Cork College of Commerce
Morrison's Island, Cork, Ireland
p +353-21-4222100 f 4275075
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