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Wanted: Administrative and project support officer for the Moodle Users Association The kindling force for the future development of Moodle is looking for an Administrative Support Officer to nourish the fire, by helping...
Are you a helpdesk officer with experience in Moodle LMS? Moodle HQ team is looking for a passionate, hard-working helpdesk support officer to join Moodle team. If you are a help desk officer who enjoys learning and being...
Moodle HQ is seeking two new marketing professionals to deliver campaigns across multiple worldwide channels with multiple segments and multiple languages. So, if you are into Marketing field then it may be a lucrative offer for you to join...
QA testing for Moodle 3.1, which began since last Tuesday is now almost 75% passed by a great effort from the Moodle Community members. The first stable version of Moodle 3.1 is scheduled to be released on 23 May...
If you're interested in helping to get Moodle 2.9 ready for release by identifying bugs and testing use cases of the many features Moodle.org could use your help now. The call for QA Testers is open and a list...
With a code freeze in effect Moodle.org has kicked off the Quality Assurance and Testing cycle for it's next release. The QA cycle is an opportunity for the community to try regular Moodle processes just as they would on...
Moodle HQ is moving forward with its Autosave feature for Moodle's text editor which has spent 5 years in the tracker. It's currently being actively developed by Damyon Wiese at Moodle HQ who has already created a proof of...
This past Sunday the Moodle tracker (Atlassian JIRA) was upgraded by Moodle HQ. Version 6.2 of the software includes Jira Capture (a screenshot plugin that works with Jira and your internet browser) and easier to use interfaces without having...
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...
Martin Dougiamas announced last week  that Moodle HQ will be migrating from CVS to Git as their main code sharing and management tool.  According to Martin, several benefits will follow on the heels of this move: A more accurate portrayal...