The usecases would be as following:

The user, John, creates a document and saves it to his journal one fine day.
The next day john transfers that journal item to his friend's XO the next
His friend, Kennedy, has his XO set up in a moodle environment.  Kennedy
when in school decides to send that file (which is an ODF ) to the teacher
for review and get it printed there. Kennedy then double clicks on the item,
which results in Write opening the file, and selects the print button in the
print toolbar, a dialog pops up (which is understandably similar to gtkprint
dialog), he selects the print destination as moodle, and selects no of pages
as 'all', after sending. (ofcourse there is an internal conversion to PDF
happening, which gtkprint is doing) the teacher checks his print page in
moodle, views the file (either through fancy javascript or a download) and
approves/disapproves for printing. Kennedy then logs into his moodle print
page and checks if the job was success or not, and if he has a comment from
his teacher. But we already know John's doc was excellent. Kennedy goes to
collect the printed document, which he hands over to John the evening.

Use cases to note:
1) transferred docs can be printed
2) A nice graphical dialog that takes care of it all
3) exports only PDFs to moodle
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