Sadly this is my last post as an active member of the Moodle community. Thank you for teaching me so much. I'll still be around the traps lurking.
Marine Karlsson's insight:
...while Moodle is continuing to evolve, it is no longer as dynamic as it used to be. This is no-one fault, or even a bad thing. Just as it has gotten older and bigger, it becomes harder for it to be dynamic. The little boat is now huge and takes time to turn....I am joining up with Instructure (http://www.instructure.com/), the creators of the Canvas LMS. I see them as being in the same place Moodle was 8 years ago. Still young, still dynamic and wanting to change the world! ...
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