Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 2.3. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Roadmap.
This roadmap collects the best information about upcoming features in Moodle. It is not 100% certain - features may change according to available funding and developers.
Moodle 2.0, our biggest release ever - two and a half years of work by hundreds of people - is now available! It contains a huge number of core changes to the platform, most of which are designed to give 3rd party developers more flexibility, scalability and safety.
Please see the Moodle 2.0 release notes for details.
Release date: 30th June 2011
New minimum requirement: PHP 5.3
In Moodle 2.1 the core development teams will focus on improving core interfaces for users, tackling one or two of the following tasks at a time.
- Restore 1.9 backups directly
- Rewriting of the grading interfaces for modules, hopefully including rubrics
- Assignment rewrite, combining types into an all-in-one simple module using the new grading interfaces
- Quiz and question bank rewrite, Tim Hunt, The Open University, UK.
- Extending web services API for use by mobile apps
- Improved file handling in the HTML editor and elsewhere
- Separate "News forums" into their own "news" module
- Performance improvements
Release date: 23rd December 2011
Release date: 29th June 2012