36 issues have been successfully integrated with 13 rejected and 4 delayed. That's 73% success, far from perfect, but expected after the long frozen period, with lots of issues being (always controversial) new features.
- We are back to normal integration, with all the held issues over the last weeks being processed as quickly as possible. Special thanks to Andrew, David, Dan and Rajesh (iTeam) for the extra effort this week. Luckily in only happens twice every year!
- There are 43 issues awaiting peer-review. We should be able to reduce it over the next weeks. Can you imagine a zero-pending Xmas present?
- Voting is open about Moodle 3.1 requirements. It's now or never. Note that, immediately after that one is decided, the corresponding issue for Moodle 3.2 will be created and all remaining details will be moved there, with (near) six months to discuss about it.
- We are moving, for 29_STABLE and up, from recess to grunt to compile less style-sheets. So, once it's landed... everybody should be using it for submitted patches. All checks (CiBoT, post-commit jobs...) will, automatically, start to use it too.
- Open for discussion, MDLSITE-2132 and linked issues to complete the wrapping rules once and forever.
- The Prepare Moodle for PHP7 Epic is advancing pretty well (PHP 7.0.0 has been just released!), aiming to get it completed asap.
- MDL-52260: Problem editing profile having locked profile fields.
- MDL-44598: List students in assignment "grant extension" page.
- MDL-50661: Smaller logo to be shown (opt-in) in all pages.
- MDL-51700: Better cleaning of AJAX returned values from external functions.
- MDL-26935: New capability to control role renaming in courses.
- And lots more in areas like web services, acceptance tests, usability, plagiarism, files API...
- To CiBoT, from the Public Moodle CI Server, for helping us everywhere, anytime. Tirelessly and efficiently performing all those loved (hated anyone?) reviews and also supporting a good number of automations in the Tracker. Thanks!
Drinking a cup of coffee with your eyes closed
isn't a sophisticated task for a person,
but it's hard for a robot.
-- Vijay Kumar
Edited: To fix some incorrect links, thanks Marcus for warning me!