There are a lot of people that use Admin Menu for administrating drupal, it makes things easier and faster.
Much like Admin Menu, Moduleinfo is now one of my prefered modules BUT I don't wan't it loading all the time I try to access the module list, so I access it under admin/build/modules/info

I would really love it if I could find a link to the modules/info page under the "Modules" section in administration menu (between the list link and the uninstall link).

I hope I am asking this in the correct place and that I described in a manner that you could understand!

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Version:6.x-1.2» 6.x-1.x-dev
Priority:Minor» Normal

the dev version creates a modules/info page, which lists all this info, which is also available in regular /modules page.
the option to not show this info on regular /modules is included, which makes /modules/info the place where you can see it (/modules remains the default modules page).

the only problem is that the module does not yet create a menu entry for it.

so,
+1 for a meny entry.

about the performance - with over 500 module packages, the page loads here in about 2500ms, 1000+ (300+ms) queries without module info.

with module info, it jumps to a bigger value, as expected: 4800ms, 3000+ querries (700+ms)

so probably, it should be best to not show the info at /modules page by default (as soon as the menu entry is created/fixed).

Category:feature» bug

fixed yet in -dev?

the stable version does not add the menu.

Status:Active» Closed (won't fix)