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> Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2005 22:22:24 -0800 (PST)
> From: JST <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: RE: [Phptest-users] To all who want to support phptest read
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> hey thanks for the suggestions.. it almost makes working on phptest 
> pointless. anyway im looking at moodle.. i would love to use it but i have 
> 4000 questions arleady in phptest or sql.. do you know of an import or 
> convert from sql/phptest method? i have no clue how i will move it to 
> moodle.. although i want it bad..
> 
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:           correction
>  
> cvs at http://drupal.org/files/projects/quiz-cvs.tar.gz
> Never try to write an email while you're  running out the door to work a 
> jet...
> 
>    
> Also I meant to say this before but I had lost the site and wasn't  able to 
> find it on google/yahoo/altavista yesterday.
> All the hype is around drupal's quiz module due to it being one of  the 
> projects in google's summer of code and due to all the sites that already  
> use drupal.
> But the real interesting and already well together and supported  quiz 
> project I found after I had already set phptest up (quite  awhile ago) was 
> Moodle.
>  
> a course management system (CMS) - free, Open  Source software package 
> designed using sound pedagogical  principles, to help educators create 
> effective online learning  communities.
>  
> http://moodle.org/
> 
> Happy Festivus everyone.
>  
> AARON B. STERLING, A1C, USAF
> Communications & Navigation Specialist
> 376 EAMXS / KC-135 AMU
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> From:  [EMAIL PROTECTED] on behalf of Sterling Aaron B  A1C 376 AEW/EAMXS
> Sent: Sat 12/24/2005 5:28 AM
> To:  phptest-users@nongnu.org
> Subject: RE: [Phptest-users] To all who want  to support phptest read this
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>   I wouldn't call the drupal  moduel finished yet but I haven't really had a 
> good chance to look at it  either.
>  
> Information can be found at
> http://drupal.org/project/quiz
>  
> Latest cvs at
> http://drupal.org/project/quiz
>  
> 
>   AARON B. STERLING, A1C, USAF
> Communications & Navigation Specialist
> 376 EAMXS / KC-135 AMU
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> From:  [EMAIL PROTECTED] on behalf of Kathleen A.  Ferraro
> Sent: Fri 12/23/2005 6:30 PM
> To: general phptest  discussion
> Subject: Re: [Phptest-users] To all who want to support  phptest read this
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> 
>  Happy holidays, Aaron. Is the drupal quiz module finished? Where is it?  
> I have been waiting to try it but can't seem to find it. 
> Best, 
> Kathie 
> 
> On Dec 23, 2005, at 2:27 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:  
> 
>    I can't do much right now, especially since I'm    deployed 
>   However if you add [EMAIL PROTECTED] I'll see whatever help I can    offer. 
>   
>   I think the reason why phptest isn't getting much    support any more is 
> because of projects such as drupal's quiz module. All we    need now is wiki 
> quiz and you won't even be able to    find phptest anymore. The reason why I 
> went with phptest in the    first place however was due to it being 
> lightweight and simplistic. However    the release could be overhauled. It 
> bugs out on install due to the Y2K bug for    christs sake. It's a simple fix 
> but for people that don't know where to look    and what in the php to 
> change, they consider it broken from the start and    probably never even get 
> to any mailing lists. 
>   
>   Anyway, good luck and happy    holidays. 
>   
> 
>   AARON B. STERLING, A1C, USAF  
>   Communications & Navigation    Specialist 
>   376 EAMXS / KC-135 AMU 
>   
>   From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] on    behalf of JST 
>   Sent: Fri 12/23/2005 10:54 AM 
>   To: phptest-users@nongnu.org 
>   Subject: [Phptest-users] To all who want to support phptest read    this 
> 
>   Well as it seems phptest is no longer an active project. I havent seen it   
>  even supported in a long time. I have invested way too much time and money   
>  into phptest to let it die. Last week I asked if I were to start supporting 
> it    with the little knowledge i have would anyone join me? Well i am going 
> to do    it. I will be sending around a new private mailing list invitation 
> to     everyone  that said they were interested in  helping  me     with 
> continuing support. You will see a  email  from    [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
> inviting  you to to be apart of the new    phptest support team. There we can 
> discuss exactly what we can all do. I have    a lot of ideas and once i see 
> everyone has signed up i will send out an email    to the list. I think we 
> can make this a more powerful script than ever. If    Brandon Tallent sees 
> this email and you object please email me. If you are ok    with this please 
> send me anything you think that could help us i! n the    future. 
> 
>   PS Anyone else want to be apart of the team email me.. 
> 
>   Hope you all have a safe holiday 
> 
>   Jonathan 
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> If you could figure out how the questions are setup in the sql for phptest 
> you could possibly convert them using a script to the setup moodle uses. This 
> however would be some work.
> 
> I'd suggest backing up your database (look up mysqldump) then playing with 
> moodle making a few questions and dump that database as well. Compare the 
> databases in a text editor such as pico (unix/linux/bsd), evolded (windows) 
> http://www.home.no/evolved/index.html <http://www.home.no/evolved/index.html> 
>   
> or even notepad :(
> 
> Look for the questions, compare how they're setup...
> If you can, script a way to transform 'em.
> 
> I still prefer the simplicity of phptest, but that's me. *shrug*
> Nowadays everyone wants something that does everything.
> I always consider that bloatedness.
> Hell I remember when I looked at windows xp at first, I thought it was the 
> most bloated memory wasting piece of shit OS anyone could dream up. Now I 
> accept it to game with. That doesn't mean I like it however. I still run a 
> customized freebsd install for all my servers. And I hung on to windows 98sp2 
> until it was useless for gaming.
> In any event moodle does have some nice points to it.
> 
> Oh, and your welcome.
> 
> AARON B. STERLING, A1C, USAF
> Communications & Navigation Specialist
> 376 EAMXS / KC-135 AMU
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> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] on behalf of JST
> Sent: Sat 12/24/2005 11:22 AM
> To: general phptest discussion
> Subject: RE: [Phptest-users] To all who want to support phptest read this
> 
> 
> hey thanks for the suggestions.. it almost makes working on phptest 
> pointless. anyway im looking at moodle.. i would love to use it but i have 
> 4000 questions arleady in phptest or sql.. do you know of an import or 
> convert from sql/phptest method? i have no clue how i will move it to 
> moodle.. although i want it bad..
> 
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> Subject: RE: [Phptest-users] To all who want to support phptest read
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>>
>> I still prefer the simplicity of phptest, but that's me. *shrug*
>> Nowadays everyone wants something that does everything.
>> I always consider that bloatedness.
> 
> That;s how I felt about Moodle - I donwloaded it and set  it up but it was way
> overkill for what I needed and took up SOOOO much disk space for modules I
> won;t even use.
> 
> So hopefully we can hang onto phpTest a bit longer !
> 
> Donna
> 
>>
>> hey thanks for the suggestions.. it almost makes working on phptest 
>> pointless. anyway im looking at moodle.. i would love to use it but i 
>> have 4000 questions arleady in phptest or sql.. do you know of an 
>> import or convert from sql/phptest method? i have no clue how i will 
>> move it to moodle.. although i want it bad..
>>
>>
>>
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