E-learning solutions comparative study

There’s a nice comparative study (if I get it right, it’s based on analysis a few months back) between e-learning solutions here. The nice thing is it offers a cute chart of 4 axis of analysis, by an external company,…

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End of July update on Dokeos development

I thought I’ll write a short update on what we are doing at Dokeos at the moment, so you don’t think we’re just sleeping through the summer holidays… Eric and Julian, of the French team, are currently working on a…

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Added Dokeos 1.8.6 page

I have added a Dokeos 1.8.6 page with details of the roadmap for 1.8.6, and hidden the Dokeos 1.8.5 page, considering we are now fully into the development of fixes and new features for 1.8.6.

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So, what’s so good about Dokeos videoconference?

I’m often faced (locally) to the question about our videoconference tool… It is true that a lot of videoconference tools have appeared recently, even in Open-Source, so we don’t really have a unique marketing argument to defend it. The initial…

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Legacy Moodle-Blackboard comparison

Although not very reliable per se, the following article, written in 2006, has an interesting set of comments (part by me) about statistics about Moodle, Blackboard/WebCT and Sakai, and Dokeos of course. http://zacker.org/higher-ed-lms-market-penetration-moodle-vs-blackboard-vs-sakai

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Surprisingly good position in Dokeos-Moodle-ILIAS comparison

I was playing around a little bit with a code metrics tool on the Ohloh website and, although I’m sure there’s some kind of arguable element there as some included libraries add a lot of “noise” in code contributions, I…

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Dokeos in Peru

In case it would be of any interest to you, I am currently developing a kind of “branch” of Dokeos (although nothing legally-binding about the branch stuff) in Latin America, and more specifically in Peru. Peru is still what I…

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Dokeos 1.8.5 released!

[digg=http://digg.com/tech_news/Dokeos_1_8_5_released] Dokeos 1.8.5 has been released, after a long 8 months development! Check it out on http://www.dokeos.com/download.php There’s a lot to say, so I won’t comment about the release itself in this post. You can find out more about this…

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Dokeos 1.8.5 released… kind of!

It’s still a bit premature because we’d like to try it out a few times more before officially announcing it on the website, so if you want to help, feel free to download your version from here: http://www.dokeos.com/download/dokeos-1.8.5.zip In a…

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What’s left before 1.8.5 stable…

Not that I’ve been too busy on Dokeos lately (I tend to take my mind off Dokeos for a couple of days after a release), but it’s going to come back very fast now as we are warming up for…

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