Moodle Hack/Doc Fest at Tulane University is a month away and we’re looking for suggestions for bug fixes, documentation and new features for Moodle that the community would like us to address. You can add your requests by making a comment on this blog post. You don’t have to be attending Hack/Doc Fest to make suggestions — we’d like suggestions from the entire community.
- Evaluation and testing of Moodle 2.2
- Moodle 2.2 load tests
- Moodle mobile app testing
- Moodle mobile theme testing
- Luminis Message Broker Discussion and Debugging
- Evaluation and testing of Moodle 2.2 plugins
- Filtered Course List
- Planning Moodle 2.0 pilots
- Documentation for Moodle 2.0
Moodle 1.9.12+LAE1.2.1 released is available for download. This is a maintenance and security release that incorporates Moodle 1.9.12. It supersedes the Moodle 1.9.11+LAE1.2 releases.
In addition to Moodle 1.9.12, it includes two new backup options: 1) if ZipArchive is installed on the server, Backup will use that instead of the regular zip routines 2) you can now specify whether to skip courses of a certain size when creating backups. This replaces a hardcoded value of 512 MB from the previous version of the LAE.
Moodle 1.9.12+LAE v1.2.1 Beta 2 is available for download. This release fixes a bug in the forum code that caused the upgrade to 1.9.12 to fail. Many thanks to Lael for reporting the bug.
After careful assessment, CLAMP has concluded that Moodle 2.0.1 is not production ready. This assessment is based on extensive testing conducted at Moodle Hack/Doc Fest VII at Furman University in January 2011 as well as a re-evaluation of Moodle 2.0.x progress in April 2011. CLAMP recommends using Moodle 1.9.x during the 2011-2012 academic year.
Our full report outlines notable improvements to Moodle 2.0, as well as progress since January 2011, known blockers, possible blockers and other potential issues that affect its production readiness. Download the full report [PDF]
CLAMP will be supporting Moodle 2.0 at the upcoming Moodle Hack/Doc Fest at Hampshire College in June 2011. We plan to:
- identify and begin writing essential Moodle 2.0 documentation at Hack/Doc
- create a timeline for converting any remaining plugins or blocks
- update this report on the status of blockers and potential blockers
- establish a group of CLAMP schools interested in piloting Moodle 2.0 in 2011-12
Moodle 1.9.11+LAE1.2 released is available for download. This is a maintenance release that incorporates Moodle 1.9.11. It supersedes the Moodle 1.9.9+LAE1.1.4 releases. It includes incorporates new bug fixes and features from Moodle Hack/Doc Fest at Furman University, as well as a specific bug with TinyMCE 3.0 that was introduced in the LAE1.1.2 release.