Nominations open for Moodle Users Association Committee members @moodleassoc


Nominations for Moodle Users Association committee members for the year 2017-18 are now open. You can nominate your self or someone else (with their permission) to become the Moodle User’s Association committee member.
The Moodle Users Association represents people from across the Moodle community coming together to drive a single direction. It is not for profit association incorporated to drive the Moodle project. The Moodle Users Association Committee is an elected body of members responsible for the management of membership, activity and financial activity of the Association. The Committee comprises a Chairperson, a Vice-Chairperson, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and other general Committee members.
If you would like to become a member of the Moodle Users association committee, then you can send your nomination here.
Nominations open for Moodle Users Association Committee members @moodleassoc

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Project Development Cycle: July – December 2017 open for project proposals

The new project development cycle of Moodle users association is also open for the period of July-Dec 2017. The project development cycle is distributed among three phases:

  • Phase 1: Project Proposals
    • Suggest Project (Closes August 31st, 2017)
    • Preliminary Voting (Closes September 15th, 2017)
    • Finalize project requirements (Closes October 15th, 2017)
  • Phase 2: Committee Review (Closes November 15th, 2017)
    • Moodle HQ gives cost estimates
  • Phase 3: Final Voting Cycle (Closes December 31st, 2017)

If you would like to propose any project for Moodle core, please submit the project proposal here. Also, if you have submitted a project in earlier development cycles but did not make the cut in another round, you can resubmit it again.
Still not a MUA member? Do register today as Moodle Users Association member to contribute towards Moodle development. Check out the membership page for more details.

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