I have just finished an early release of my Moodle Twitter Block. The block simply allows you to post a tweet to a Twitter account. At present it asks you to enter your Twitter username and password but I will be customising this to pull the data from user profile fields already in Moodle. A lot of work has already been done on a similar block by M3 (http://m3.jiscemerge.org.uk/) but I wanted to create my
As promised, I have released the Moodle Bar. The release date coinsides with the iMoot 2010.
It is available direct from this website by following this link:
Please feel free to use it, hack it, modify it and do with it what you will.
Do send me an email though so I can see it in action on your Moodle sites.
UPDATE: Due to popular demand I will be releasing this block to the Moodle community. I will start working on this in September 2010.
I have just finished work on the beta of the Moodle Course Report Block. An automatic course checking and points scoring system to encourage a balanced blend of resources and activities.
My Moodle bar is almost ready for public release. I have cleaned the code up (a lot), the bar now installs with just one simple PHP include tag in the footer of your Moodle theme. The buttons now have a CSS based tooltip rollover (like Facebook). I just have a few Internet Explorer 7 glitches to take care of.
I am also planning a notifications module for the bar which will alert users of messages, deadlines and calendar events.