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In a recent post on Moodle forums one of the new developer asked about help regarding the contribution guide for beginners. Many fellow moodlers posted a lot of useful tips out of which I am sharing few useful ones: To...
In a recent update to the popular mass action block few minor bugs are fixed and released in the Moodle plugins database. In the recent update the block was updated to support all the course formats as earlier only...
Moodle 2.8 QA Testing by the community wrapped up last week after just running for 17 days. With 100% of the testing complete Moodle 2.8 is now ready to be released sometime early this month on November 10th. According...
Moodle HQ QA testing for Moodle 2.8 has been underway for just a week and already over 80% of the tests have been completed and passed. There are still about 80 tickets available to be claimed and tested, you...
In advance of the 2.7 release next month Moodle HQ is seeking testers to help vet and QA the code by taking it through 400 tests. Testers will use the Moodle QA site and Tracker to document their findings...
Moodle.org is gearing up for the Moodle 2.6 release and you can help put the newest release through the ringer to identify any issues prior to it's release. QA testing is an important part of any software project and the...
If you're not a developer you might never have gone over to the Moodle Tracker. The Tracker is an installation of Jira by Atlassian. In my own words, Jira is a bug, enhancement and ticket tracker for development efforts...
Moodle 2.3.1 is out.  While there weren't many added features of functionality there were many bug fixes in addition to some security fixes made in this most recent release. For functionality added/improved were Unit tests and easy access links from...
Two new versions of Moodle have been released: 1.9.12 and 2.0.3.  Each has several security and bug fixes which should make for a smoother and safer Moodle user experience. For more information on each release check the links below: http://docs.moodle.org/en/Moodle_1.9.12_release_notes http://docs.moodle.org/en/Moodle_2.0.3_release_notes Several usability...
The Collaborative Liberal Arts Moodle Project (CLAMP) distribution of Moodle is based on the stable 1.9 core but incorporates a few additional and nifty tools which the collaborators have either developed themselves or vetted with input from their users...