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Re: User roles and UI

I'm not clear, what's that mean? We don't allow users to come over the
Repository to find a tasty problem and solve it?
Or, say, some single specific topic? Moreover, there are such UMOs like
Through Problem and Dialogue of Texts. They should be accessible partly.
If we force a user to sign up for a course he does not need, we lose
many people who could come after a single problem, topic, exercise,
explanation... Why would we do that?

Can we think about such thing like sign up for UU or Repository?

sergey@total-knowledge.com wrote:
> Updated "View UMO from Repository" page to comply with recent discussions.
> http://gateway.total-knowledge.com/~sergey/UU/UmoViewRepository.html
> Since any "not-course UMO" cannot be studied directly and can belong to
> several courses, potential student will be asked to chose a course that
> meets his needs the most. All versions of the UMO will be available for
> preview. However there is no guarantee that all courses which have this
> UMO, will contain all up-to-date versions of this UMO.


Anatoly Volynets, Co-Founder

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