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The Community Funding Survey that Juan Leyva and I launched is still open and the ranking of the plugins is pretty clearly giving us a 1, 2 and 3 as far as priority goes. We'd love to hear your...
We've run a few community funding projects at Moodlenews.com through Moodlegarage.com successfully, improving the Grid Course Format, Creating Youtube Anywhere Plugin for TinyMCE, and Upgrading the Timestat Block to Moodle 2.0. We're looking for our next project now. Juan Leyva...
Juan Leyva is seeking feedback on the official Moodle Mobile apps to better understand what users want most out of the app next. To date, and through the most recent release (1.7) the app now handles Discussion Forums (off...
With the release of iOS 8 a few issues hit the Moodle Native app for Apple devices. In the most recent release of 1.7 these issues were resolved. In addition added functionality to the Moodle focused mobile apps were...
David Mudrak took the reigns of the October General Developer Meeting as the new Community Developer Liaison. Check out the official minutes here https://docs.moodle.org/dev/Developer_meeting_October_2014 (my unofficial observations are below). No time was spared as they kicked off the meeting with...
Moodle Mobile 1.6.1 was released late last week and includes a few updates to improve the mobile Moodle experience via the official app for Android. New features and improvements include: new languages supported (Japanese, Russian, Hebrew) page titles display in tablet...
Moodle Mobile, the official app for Moodle got an update today. The 1.4.4 release brings CAS and Shibboleth Single Sign On authentication support and the ability for users to view their private messages. Additionally, these features not available except...
At the 2013 Moodle Moot in Spain Juan Leyva presented on MoodleMobile's history and future (with Martin Dougiamas according to the presentation credits) and also highlighted the general requirements and abilities of being able to develop a plugin for...