52 issues have been successfully integrated with 18 rejected and 6 delayed. That is 74% success, we need to improve!
Next week integration cycle will be the last one before packaging and releasing Moodle 1.9.20 and 2.1.8 (only security fixes), and also 2.2.5 and 2.3.2 (fully supported).
Some interesting stuff is happening behind the scenes, that will debut with Moodle 2.4 later this year. Time runs so, the sooner things land, the better. Code freeze is planned for early November. And the release, on month later.
It's important to take a look to the development documentation that you need to complete, to allow everybody to know how to play with your awesome code and APIs. Please, do it with the care you would expect from other Developers.
Today, for some hours, moodle.org has been kaput, down, unreachable, dead.
The cause for such a disaster, discovered after a rigorous investigation by the Moodle MiB, has been an elephant that accessed (flying, through the window!) to Moodle HQ and, with the help of 2 dangerous peanuts, threatened everybody, causing the caos and the mass hysteria, until our beloved System Admin, Matt Sharpe, was able to tame it from Sidney, only armed with his remote console. Kudos for Matt!
- MDL-25492 - Fixes and improvements to the BB6 question importer.
- MDL-34290 - Important fixes both to file references handling and the Dropbox repository.
- MDL-29598 - Problems on restore with the handling of grade letters.
- MDL-34696 - Improvements to the enrolments subsystem.
- MDL-34192 - Problems grading in the assignment under Oracle.
- And lots more in areas like questions, html editor, courses, assignments, libraries, navigation...
- To Jean-Michel Vedrine for his great collaboration fixing and improving various problems with question formats.
- To Damyon Wiese and Raymond Antonio (from Moodle Partner NetSpot) for their continue work fixing and polishing the new assignment module.
- To everybody that has been involved with the GSOC 2012, mentors, students, ... big thanks!
Ciao all, stronk7