Moodle Hack/Doc Fest VI for Summer 2010 is underway at DePauw University! Our priority projects for the first day of Hack/Doc Fest are as follows. The lead person for each task is asterisked.
- Create Methodology for documenting CLAMP Code Changes (Rosalyn Metz*)
- Evaluate MyMoodle Hacks (Bob Puffer*, Ben Johnson)
- Other Dev Tasks (not in Redmine tracker)
- Create 1.9.9+LAEv1.0 test instance. (done)
- Create 1.9.9/Anonymous Forums test instance (done)
- Create 1.9.9/TinyMCE 3 test instance (done)
- Test Moodle 1.9.9+LAE1.0
- Jason Alley*, Don Belkins, Keeta Martin, Jason Bennett
- Evaluate Luther Gradebook Enhancements
- Bob Puffer*, Michael Gough, Ken Newquist, Caroline Moore, Molly McManus
- Test TinyMCE3 Integration
- Cort Haldaman*
- Test and Document Anonymous Forums
- Charles Fulton* (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Evaluate eReserves Integration (Linda McCord)
- Research the various eReserve options that integrate with Moodle and to report back to the group. DePauw uses ARES and has integration working.
- If you are using an eReserves system, please make a comment below telling us what it is, and whether it’s hooked into Moodle.
- Google Apps for Education Integration
- Google Apps for Integration doesn’t work; we’re not proceeding with this right now.
- Re-evaluate and test NanoGong integration
- Nanogong doesn’t work. We may revisit this if time permits.