GSoC 2016 Update – Moodle continues to carry the legacy of open source projects through 4 successful projects #Moodle #GSoC16

October 12th, 2016

The results of Google Summer of Code – GSoC 2016 are announced and Moodle has actively contributed with 4 successful projects. The Moodle community developers mentored the aspiring students through Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program since 2006. Read More

Export your site settings easily using the Admin Presets plugin #MoodlePlugins

August 26th, 2016

If you are a site administrators who has to manage multiple Moodle sites like Development, Production or other instances with almost similar settings, then you might have observed a lot of pain in configuring the same settings again and again. Read More

Get Set – Next Moodle Developer meeting on 8th September #moodledev

August 25th, 2016

Get ready for participating in the next General Moodle developer meeting on 8th September, 2016 13:00 UTC. Moodle Developer Meeting is an open forum for all people around the world who are interested in Moodle development. So, if you are a Moodle developer then you can also join the meeting and share your inputs. Read More

Moodle announces GSoC participants #GSoC #Summerofcode #Moodle

April 25th, 2016

Moodle HQ has announced the students who will be participating under Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2016 and working on Moodle projects this summer. Google has allotted 4 slots of projects to Moodle which were filled after reviewing and evaluating the students proposals to select the best applications. Read More

Deploy your site settings, plugins, language packs on other Moodle site using Moodle Flavours plugin

December 7th, 2015

Moodle Flavours is  a plugin which was initially developed as a part of the GSoC 2011 under the mentorship of Michael de Raadt. The good news for all Moodle site administrators is that now you can download all the settings done for a Moodle site including the plugins installed, language pack and language customization into a compressed file and deploy them onto another Moodle site. Read More