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At the Australia Moot, Daymon Wiese, a Moodle HQ developer, gave a talk on how to automate testing in Moodle for Administrators. Underlying the need for testing in Moodle is the idea that any change made by an administrator (everything from code changes...
Gavin Henrick has a great slide deck over at Some Random Thoughts which focuses on the changes in Moodle, available in 2.7 which have come to pass since 2.6. For any Moodlerooms users out there this is the delta...
The Course module modification notification plugin is a local plugin that sends a message to enrolled students any time that course is edited. For example if a new page is added or updated. The message is sent through Moodle's messaging system...
Here's a quick 21 slides by Gavin Henrick which highlights the changes from Moodle 2.5 to 2.6 in Moodle. A great synopsis of some of the improvements you might have missed. Check out the original post at http://goo.gl/6bYG2M. Slideshow direct link: http://www.slideshare.net/ghenrick/improvements-since-moodle-25 ...
There are two posts worth reading if you're a SCORM user and planning to upgrade to Moodle 2.6 after it's released. Dan Marsden has outlined a few changes that affect both the installation and use of SCORM packages and...
Moodle HQ is rewriting the Logging API to create a richer trove of data for plugins and core, to separate its functions to increase scalability and to give administrators more control over what level of information is stored. And...
A recent post on Moodle.org notes that the community's use of Concurrent Versions System (CVS) as a code repository has fallen dramatically in the past few years with the introduction of the much more popular Git. Starting 1/1/2013 Git...