Whether we are picking a team captain, choosing a vacation destination, or (fiendishly) trying to outvote the American Idol candidate whom we dislike; voting is about creating destiny. Today, Moodlerooms introduces a new way for schools to shape their futures through crowdsourced Moodle development
You’ve seen the business model in places like Kickstarter. Someone has a great idea, but can’t finance it entirely on their own. That’s where the crowd steps in. Anyone or everyone can contribute dollars towards a project and fast-track it towards completion.
What will we do with the code? First, we will be happy to include it as a component of Joule, our configured flavor of Moodle that Moodlerooms clients enjoy. Second, we will be pleased to share the code with the Moodle community, if that is what the voters want. We hope they do. We believe that informed communities make great decisions, thus great products.
- Tom Murdock