2.2 QA Testers needed at Moodle.org


Moodle.org Community Manager, Helen Foster announced early this week that QA testing for Moodle 2.2 has started (http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=190362),

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As Martin posted in the general developer forum, we’re hoping to release Moodle 2.2 in just over two weeks time on 1st December 2011. To ensure a top quality release, we’re running another QA testing cycle, starting today: Moodle 2.2 QA. The list of over 200 QA tests has been expanded to include tests covering new features and improvements in Moodle 2.2.

Our QA testing site will be updated daily at 11:00 UTC with the latest bug fixes and Moodle HQ developers are on standby to fix any bugs causing QA tests to fail as quickly as possible, so QA testers can re-run any previously failed tests within a day or two. Alternatively you can download 2.2 beta (package built daily) from http://download.moodle.org/.

We’re aiming for a 100% pass rate of QA tests so all testing help is much appreciated! Please see QA testing for details of how you can be involved.

Quality Assurance is an important community driven event for Moodle as it often helps to identify, triage and fix many of the small (and big) issues prior to a release.  If you’ve got some spare time and have a stake in the upcoming 2.2 release then QA Testing is where it’s at.  The QA Testing Moodle site is available at http://qa.moodle.net/.

Even if you’re not interested in testing you can still take 2.2 for a test drive at the url posted.

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