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The next General Developers Meeting for Moodle will be held on Tuesday (next Tuesday) April 29th at 9am EST (13:00 UTC). According to the announcement by Michael de Raadt, the meeting agenda includes Moodle 2.7 progress Atto (Damyon Wiese) Theme clean-up and More theme (Frédéric Massart) Conditional...
This coming Monday April 7th begins the code freeze for all contributions to Moodle 2.7. Release notes for the upcoming major release, which will be a release supported until June 2017, are available here: http://docs.moodle.org/dev/Moodle_2.7_release_notes According to the post by Michael...
For the latest 2.7 coverage click here Moodle 2.7 is due out in a few months this summer (for the northern hemisphere), Moodle HQ already hard at work on all of the changes, new features and enhancements that will be...
No more "Standard" theme out of the box with Moodle 2.7, Bootstrap based "Clean" theme will now be the default theme of new Moodle installations (giving your site responsiveness from the 1st moment it hits the web). There are some...
Looks like Atto has been selected to be Moodle's default text editor from 2.7's release on. The text editor, specifically built for Moodle is written in javascript as a standard Moodle YUI module. You can already give it a...
If you're interested in catching up on all of the new stuff the developers are talking about for Moodle or specifically for Moodle 2.7 this past week's Developer Meeting recording is now available. The 2 hour recording (which also...
If you're interested in tuning in to hear about what is happening at Moodle HQ with the development of Moodle 2.7, tomorrow morning is your chance. The regularly scheduled Moodle Developers Meeting will take place online via live stream...
If you're interested in trying out the very cutting edge of Moodle features (those that are just an idea on a demo site) you're in luck. Moodle HQ's Front End team has created http://prototype.moodle.net/ which showcases a few new features that...
2013 was an amazing year for anyone working with a Learning Management Systems. With the introduction of a few new LMSes which are pushing the envelop in both course construction (http://lectrio.com/) and scalable solutions (http://code.edx.org/ and it's support from Google)...