15 issues have been successfully integrated with 5 rejected and 2 delayed. That's an exact 75% success, we can do it better!
- Recently, after various iterations, we agreed about making the weekly integration cycles to follow an stricter schedule, with a clearer (and automated) integration cutoff time setup on Thursday 12:00 (UTC+8). Everything not finished by then will be reopened (more work is needed) or officially delayed (getting the integration priority raised for next week).
The main motivation is to better define the outcome of every issue getting all the weekly cycles "finished" (integrated, reopened, delayed) instead of allowing issues to hang on integration over multiple cycles without action.
Of course, remind that, both given the tight weekly schedule and the round roundness of the Earth, it's really important to stay active, agile and responsive with all your issues being integrated. Any delay will affect their final outcome.
- There are a couple of interesting "sister" issues progressing about allowing subdirectories within both templates (MDL-50346) and AMD modules (MDL-66192). Your input there (naming rules, limitations, ideas, anything...) is welcome.
- With 122 issues awaiting peer review it's time to sound the alarm, indeed! We need those numbers lowered a lot!
- MDL-62497 : Support for (transpiling) ES6 into AMD modules added (expect some good documentation soon covering aspects like source-maps, grunt-watch and other technical details).
- MDL-61043 : Progressing towards a common select all/none UI in Moodle.
- MDL-50733 : Behat upgraded to 3.5.
- MDL-66143, MDL-66144 : First steps adding support for personalised relative dates in courses.
- And lots more in areas like policies, backup & restore, search, grading...
- To all those particularly helpful Moodlers. What an incredible group of people, helping others, sharing their knowledge and experience, writing awesome posts... Every one of you are a very important part of the vibrant Moodle Community. Many, many thanks!
It starts with you in your own community. Just being kind to one another, being supportive of one another, and being loving and respectful. I can't tell you how far that will get you in life, just being able to do that.
-- Ally Brooke