Marina Glancy has recently posted over in the Moodle.org forums that the release of Moodle 3.1 will be delayed two weeks to the 23rd of May.
There’s no surprise here – 3.1 is looking to be a huge release (some have called it what Moodle 3.0 was really ‘supposed to be’) and the team at HQ needs more time to get things buffed and ready for community testing and documentation writing.
Marina also noted that this delay will push back the code freeze until April 18th.
This delay shouldn’t affect future releases of minor revisions and other stable versions. They will still follow the regular release schedule, with the next round on May 9.
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