Today is what we in the trade call “at least” weather. It’s spitting, but at least it isn’t cold. Yesterday was cold, but at least it wasn’t raining. All British weather is “at least” weather, apart from a week of August-hot sunny days in April which make you forget that it will rain, for at least half an hour, and unpredictably, every day for the rest of the year.
Another Moodle cartoon, expressing my discovery that a function for returning data about users can return fields, such as Skype ID, that the function for creating users can never accept. (See Why is the argument to core_user_create_users different from the result of core_user_get_users_by_id? .)
The orange Michelin-man-like Moodle figure is disdainfully pointing at a whiteboard. He is lecturing. The whiteboard shows the specification for the inputs to the Moodle core function
core_user_create_users, and the outputs to the core function
core_user_get_users_by_id. The outputs contain many fields that are not in the list of inputs, such as Skype and Yahoo IDs.