[Contrib: Evaluation System] Recommended version for build with Sakai 2.6.x branch
nicola at longsight.com
Fri Apr 9 09:22:47 PDT 2010
I've come to the conclusion that OOTB the hierarchy system doesn't work unless:
1) The 'admin' user is enrolled in all your courses (so you can add course site groups to your hierarchy nodes)
2) You write a custom EvalHierarchyProvider
Other institutions may have additional 'tricks' in production too, I'm not sure.
On Apr 9, 2010, at 6:10 AM, Cook, Jonathan wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> We very recently deployed evaluation trunk into a test environment running Oncourse which is 2.6.x. Building and deploying was straightforward and did not require any modifications or special config. So far so good. Things seem stable, however we have just begun our testing efforts. One more point though, we are interested in using hierarchy and haven't quite figured out how it works with Evalsys. I'll let you know if we have any breakthroughs.
> Jonathan Cook
> Indiana University
> On Apr 8, 2010, at 4:07 PM, Kevin Chan wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> After perusing the Confluence page and looking at some recent emails on
>> this list, it sounds like the current preferred version of Evaluations
>> is actually to use the code from trunk.
>> If someone can confirm this (and also if someone is using trunk against
>> 2.6.x) it would be great to know.
>> Also, we are also interested in seeing the version currently running in
>> UMich as some of the proposed merges are of interest to us. It would be
>> great someone from UMich can comment on the feasibility of building a
>> version that includes these additions against 2.6.x and what branch to
>> use if it is straightforward to do such a build.
>> Kevin Chan
>> Operations Team
>> Educational Technology Services
>> University of California, Berkeley
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