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We’re about half-way through our GSOC community bonding period and students Mihai and Jose are already engaging with the community in discussions about their projects – see Thoughts on the paint tool interface and What would you like to see or have in a blog-style course page format?

Elsewhere on moodle.org, there’s an interesting discussion in the themes forum, Helping visual designers affect Moodle, started by Ian Grivois from Canada’s leading distance-education provider, Athabasca University.

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Following the discussion Remove buttom links on Computer-world, we’re enforcing a GPL requirement for all themes in our themes database (see the discussion GPL requirement for themes). The themes database add entry form now includes the statement: Please note that all entries to the themes database are considered to be released under the GNU General Public License.

Elsewhere on moodle.org, I came across an interesting discussion openSIS – MySQL and Moodle integration. openSIS-MySQL is one of this year’s GSOC projects for Linux-based operating stystem openSUSE.

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New themes in Moodle 2.0

If you’re thinking of giving your Moodle site a face-lift sometime in the future, you’ll be pleased to hear that Moodle 2.0 has some great new themes.

Urs Hunkler, unodo, has donated a couple of themes, colors and lines, and a theme from Patrick Malley, NewSchool Learning, called anomoly (see screenshot) was added to HEAD today (MDL-18860).

Now we just need to keep Martin D to his promise to “delete all the standardxxxx themes“!

Anomoly theme

Anomoly theme

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