in testing at the moment and just found a bug
Thanks for the update.
By all means PM me at geoff dot rowland at yeovil dot ac dot uk as soon as a release candidate, or whatever, is available.
May even be able to convince 'those who hold the purse-strings' to pay something for it ;-)
Any update on this? I'm designing my farms for our Sharepoint 2010 infrastructure and building in my SSO integration with other systems and wanted to check on this for Moodle file resource allocation.
Really interested and hope it's all going ahead!
Hi again Alex
At the risk of being a pest, is there any more news on this?
Otherwise, I may be 'driven' from SharePoint 'into the arms of' Alfresco, KnowledgeTree or ownCloud as a Moodle 2 repository :-(
The generic Moodle 2 WebDAV repository interface/file-picker works (with a little tweaking) with any of these, as does the dedicated repository interface/file-picker for Alfresco. They all also have AD/LDAP authenticationcation. So, can sit, reasonably comfortably, in a Microsoft environment.
I do appreciate that development may be somewhat challenging. The Moodle 2 file/repository system is somewhat idiosyncratic (and has caused some angst in the Moodle community) and is likely to be refactored for Moodle 2.3. Suspect managing fle/folder access rights between SharePoint and Moodle 2 may be a particular issue.
Appreciative of your efforts.
Just to say i don't know if Alex has give up on this one and our school couldn't wait any-more as we needed a solution asap we have got someone to code us the module. If anyone is interested PM me and i will pass your details onto the person who coded us the module which is now implemented and working fine.
I would be interested in the coders details as I have a need to get this integrated. I have looked at MyDay, but this is 2013. What is your version for?
I'm interested too. Chasing the BFC mob in the UK and a version that was demo'd at Moodlemoot(and is currently in dev with Moodle HQ) here in OZ but airware won't keep the boss happy soo.
Any leads gratefully appreciated.