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Re: Passing UMOs [was: Re:]

Actually "passed" UMO, according our general policy trend, is
information the student keeps to himself. It is just to remember,
whether he had done this already or not. This same info can be of use
for the teacher within the set of administrative functionality, which is
not here yet.

Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh wrote:
> Correct, we need to store "passage" information somewhere. However,
> there is no "authorization" as such. And "passed" in this case doesn't
> even mean "successfully passed" - only that a person studied the object
> to fullest extent possible. If they failed it - they have a right to
> vote it as
> extra-difficult unreasonable piece of crap, should they chose to do so.
> Alexey Parshin wrote:
>> Then we need a structure to indicate that UMO is passed. It could be a
>> flag in permissions tables. I, however, suspect, that we need a
>> reference to the reason - how or why this UMO is considered as
>> 'passed' and who authorized that.


Anatoly Volynets, Co-Founder

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