Moodle Community is always going to remain an awesome community with a lot of contributions to Moodle project coming from Moodle community members all around the world. Here is a recent contribution from Tony Butler – Moodle/Mahara developer for Lancaster University, UK for adding the collapsible PDF annotations to the assignment grading interface. Read More
There is an interesting discussion going on in Moodle Tracker about updating the browser support policy for future Moodle releases started by Damyon Wiese – Moodle Core Developer. Since Moodle 3.2 will contain a new Bootstrap 4 based theme so Moodle has to support only those browser versions who are supporting Bootstrap 4. Read More
Dan Poltawski, Senior Developer and Integrator at Moodle HQ, has presented his Technical Pecha Kucha presentation in the recently concluded MoodleMoot USA 2016 (#MotUS16) over the topic – “Life Cycle of the Moodle Bug”. Read More
Davo Smith, Senior Developer from Synergy Learning shared his presentation over the topic “From Itch to Integration” – How new features are added in Moodle, during the MoodleMoot Ireland UK 2016 (#MootIEUK16).
Many times while using Moodle, we often feel the need of new features which are not there in Moodle. The Pecha Kucha presentation by Davo Smith is all about the process of integrating these features requests into Moodle core. Read More
Moodle 3.1 will bring a lot of new features along with the stability of being an LTS version. One of the new features named “User Disguise” which will be useful for students as well as teachers in Role Playing, Games, Disguised discussions etc. Read More