How to migrate from Claroline to Chamilo

On Wednesday 21st of January 2015, the UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain), through an e-mail from its rector's advisor and its co-rector for education and training, announced that it would abandon the development (and usage) of Claroline over a period of 18 months. There's a little mention about Claroline Connect being "immature" at this time, and a comparison between (exclusively) Claroline, Claroline Connect and Moodle in terms of the direction in which the UCL is going and the uniformization of its online education. They decided to go with Moodle for the foreseeable future.

Does the world's growth go along with a Moodle sites reduction?

In a growing world with growing education needs, one would think that systems like Chamilo or Moodle would have a continuous growth ensured, year after year. Well, this is certainly true for Chamilo LMS (for now), as it is apparently gaining about 100,000 new users per month (average over the last 12 months), but I am a little in shock at how Moodle is (since a year or so) loosing a considerable amount of sites and users over the last 12 months.

User's mail: My Chamilo LMS is slow

Sir, I am a user of Chamilo 1.8 as my Website is :**.in and i am having about 1300 users registered on that portal but i always face big problem with chamilo 1.8 that when i take test of all users on same day then it stops working. chamilo 1.8 is not able to handle online users more than 40, so i am facing big problem right now. Sir, i want to ask u that should i upgrade or use chamilo 2.1 so that i can handle up to 2000 users online at same time for better output. or please give me the solution for my problem . Waiting for your response! Regards M.K.
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E-learning quality evaluation methods

The written proceedings of the 2011's International Conference on e-Learning in Serbia caught my eye with an article called "HYBRID MODEL FOR E-LEARNING QUALITY EVALUATION" by Suzana Savić, Miomir Stanković and Goran Janaćković, not actually for the hybrid model (although it has its merits), but mainly for listing projects analysing different aspects of e-learning quality (resulting in evaluation models) actually available right now, which I want to list here for later reference:
  • Supporting Excellence in E-L