Moodle 3.1 has passed all the 530 Quality Assurance (QA) tests successfully with a herculean effort from all the Moodle community members. Many thanks to all testers who had put a lot of efforts in QA testing of Moodle 3.1 before initial release within less than 4 weeks. Read More
Moodle 3.1 is just about to release in next days and is now having 96% of QA tests passed out of total 528 issues; contains a lot of new and interesting features like Global Search, Competency Based Education and many more. (Read 14 interesting new features coming in Moodle 3.1).
But how these features will impact the Moodle Plugins developers especially features like Global Search. In the recently concluded Moodle Developers Meeting on 11th May 2016, Eric Merrill – Moodle system administrator for Oakland University and Maintainer of many Moodle plugins shared the presentations about the impact of Global search in Moodle core. Read More
Moodle has released the point releases of the currently supported Moodle versions i.e. Moodle 3.0.4, 2.9.6, 2.8.12 & 2.7.14 and the new versions are available for downlaod from the Moodle download site as well as the Github page of the Moodle project.
This release is the last release of Moodle 2.8 which was released in Nov 2014 and the previous LTS version of Moodle i.e. Moodle 2.7 will be supported for security fixes for another year. Similarly, Moodle 2.9 will be supported for security issues only after this release. Read More
Moodle 3.1, the next LTS version and much awaited release of Moodle LMS is under continuous integration period and the QA testing for the same will commence by this weekend.
UPDATE – Just now, Helen Foster has announced the commencement of QA testing from today onwards for a three week period as Moodle 3.1 is due for release in four weeks from now.
In Moodle, sometimes the notifications displayed to the user about an action just performed, is displayed through an intermediary redirect page with an optional ‘Continue’ button before the page again redirects to the destination page like after posting in forums. Read More
Moodle 3.1 which is scheduled to be released in May 2016 is packed with a lot of rich new features for teachers, students and administrators. The new features are designed to help you save time and deliver online learning more efficiently.