15 issues have been successfully integrated, with 5 rejected and 19 delayed. That's
75% success this week!
- The dates of the next releases will undergo some adjustments, moving Moodle 3.9 to June 2020 and Moodle 4.0 to November 2021. Check the Roadmap for
- There are 68 issues awaiting peer review. Coding is only half the job. Peer reviewers, keep fighting!
- Are you an H5P lover? Do you know that you can follow the H5P integration into Moodle core in the H5P forum?
- MDL-68146: Did you notice help and advanced icons were shown twice for checkboxes in forms? Regression detected and fixed.
- MDL-67063: Added a new plugin type, **h5plib**, that will allow installing new H5P versions.
- MDL-66671: Fixed a crash when a resource used by LTI is removed.
- MDL-67827: Fixed random failures during testing. Haven't you started to hate the word random, or is it just me?
- MDL-68030: The layout of the activity selection elements has been refined.
- And lots more in areas like calendar, accessibility, administration, h5p, favourites, messages...
One at a time
Remember this (non-regular) initiative in the integration posts aims to get various policy issues communicated and, with your collaboration, decided and applied in an organised way. You'll find the basic plan here.
Two weeks ago, we started this section with
MDLSITE-5967: Stop requiring MOODLE_INTERNAL for files without side-effects.
- Finally, we agreed MOODLE_INTERNAL is not required any more in files without side-effects (i.e. single class definitions, interfaces or traits). Thanks to all the people who have shared their opinion 😃
- The docs have been updated and some issue has been created add some extra-checks covering the agreed policy (MDLSITE-6093).
We're now ready to discuss, debate, amend and, ultimately, vote, a new policy issue... Ready?
- MDLSITE-5879: Respect PSR-1, and PSR-12 where no existing rule exists
It's time to comment and/or vote! Remember cutoff will happen next Friday 00:00 UTC 😜
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