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A belated big thank you to everyone who took part in our first ever Moodle 2.0 sprint last weekend:

(Apologies if I’ve missed anyone out. If so, please let me know.)

Judging by how much got done, the sprint was a great success, so you can expect more sprints in future! Once Moodle 2.0 beta is released, testers and documentation writers will also be welcome to participate in our Moodle 2.0 sprints.

(Edited to add Penny – original submission 26 March, 2010)

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Are you a Moodle developer with some time to spare this weekend? If so, please join our first ever Moodle 2.0 sprint and help us get 2.0 beta out in four weeks!

To take part in the sprint, simply choose a feature in Moodle 2.0 which needs finishing, or some 2.0 bugs which need fixing, then when you have time at the weekend, get coding! Remember to drop by our Jabber developer chat room at some point and let others know what you’re working on.

According to developer Penny Leach, who came up with the idea of a sprint,

Nigel and I used to do this with Mahara and it was really encouraging for both of us to keep each other company. I’m always so much more motivated when there are other people working alongside me.

Hope to see lots of you at the sprint!

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