Scott Wilson agrees "a re-think of IMS LD from the ground up is something worth thinking about." But his talke on how to go about it differs from that proposed by Guillaume Durand's SLD proposal. "His idea of the 'essence' of Learning Design is rather different from my own," he writes, "and in fact he keeps what I would have thrown out, and he throws out some of what I would have kept." Specifically, Durand keeps the rules - the conditions, the branching, and the like - while Wilson wants to keep groups and roles. Durand replies, but you'll have to search for it in what must be the most user-hostile comments section I've ever seen (is it Google Connect? It's awful).
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