Archive for July, 2010

A big thank you to everyone involved in Moodle 2.0 QA Cycle 1 to-date. According to the Moodle 2.0 QA Cycle 1 overview, over 50% of tests have passed so far!

To ensure the remaining tests pass as soon as possible, testers please

  • Make sure that each test failure is reported as an MDL issue for developers to investigate and fix, creating a new issue if necessary
  • Link the MDL issue to the QA test (MDLQA issue)

Once fixed, the QA test can be reset and then run again.

There’s still plenty of space in our testers group for more members, so if you’d like to get involved, please see the discussion Help needed with QA testing and the documentation QA testing.

With the help of our core developers, let’s aim for a 100% pass rate for the Moodle 2.0 QA Cycle 1 by the end of the week!


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New forums on moodle.org

Using Moodle now has two new forums:

Elsewhere in Using Moodle, Moodle HQ senior developer Sam Hemelryk announced his CSS theme tool block for Moodle 2.0 (a “phenomenal bit of work” according to Martin) and Moodle translation coordinator Koen Roggemans announced that the Moodle languages portal was ready for translators. Thanks to Moodle HQ developer David Mudrák for developing the Moodle languages portal translation tool AMOS.

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