This plugin allows for the integration of widgets managed by the Wookie widget engine.
Notice: You need an up and running Wookie engine for the plugin to work.
The plugin is in a beta state and still needs to be tested. It is also under continuous development.
I'm trying to set this up. Everything is fine until step 6 in the install document.
6. Make sure the "Moodle Network Authentication" in the list of authentication plugins is enabled.
There is no "moodle network authentication" in the list. all the items are greyed out except for the top 3 (manual accounts, no login, email-based se;f registration)
7. Add a network peer of type "Elgg" pointing to your Elgg installation's URL (trailing slash is important).
Not sure where to do this.
8. Configure the newly added peer to "Subscribe" to "SSO (Identity Provider)" and "Publish" to "SSO (Service Provider)".
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Not sure where to do this
Sorry, but I am not really sure what you are trying to install ... but I can make an educated guess: the mnet plugin. I recommend using this forum only for issues related to the Wookie plugin for Elgg. Therefore, I think your question relates to another issue and would be better suited in another forum. There, the chance of getting an answer (and solution) is also much higher.