quizpool is a system for administering quizzes. The quizzes can be selected from pools of questions, written in "Question Definition Language", according to rules written in "Quiz Definition Language". When a user starts a session, they are presented with a menu of quizzes available. A quiz can then be selected and completed. If the user has not taken that quiz before, the number of chances they are given to take that quiz is randomly generated from the quiz pools for that quiz. This provides an even (or changing) mix of difficult, medium, and easy questions through the various attempts. All output is created from editable HTML template files, which are separate from the program code. This was developed under Apache and Boa.
Re: High time to break free from hierarchical views in filesystems
Linux has facility for mounting arbitrary userfses; why not write, or
at least fully specify, your idea?
Apparently Freshmeat will, based on the fact of this article, publish unfinished and vapor conversation pieces: why not submit projects that are simply in spec form?
find /documents -name '*.gif' -mtime -2 -ls
find /documents -name '*.tex' -size +30k -size -100k
and if you need these things indexed, writing a periodic thing
that makes you an index of them ahead of time is not that
Re: Where can I get MS-Linux? (kidding!)
Corel has contracted w/ MS to write it, according, more or less,
to their recent annual report