Developer meeting August 2011
Developer meetings > August 2011 meeting notes
|Time||07:00 UTC on Tuesday, 23 August 2011|
|Meeting room||Recording (login as guest with email address, name and password letmein )|
In this meeting we hoped to focus on activities outside Moodle HQ.
The maximum number of listed attendees throughout the meeting was 22 including the following people.
Moodle HQ (being Martin Dougiamas, Rissiani Wijaya, Rajesh Teneja, Dongsheng Cai, Andrew Davis, Aparup Banerjee, Jérôme Mouneyrac and Michael de Raadt), Dan Poltawski, Helen Foster, Hubert Chathi, Eloy, Dan Marsden, Anthony Borrow, Bas Brands, David Mudrak, Jon Doane, Mark Johnson, Mark N, Nadav, Ruslan Kabalin, Petr Škoda, Tim Hunt, Inaki Arenza, Andrew Nichols, Anne Krijger, Marina Glancy, Mary, Andrew Buchner, Alan.
ELIS was presented by Hubert Chathi from Remote-Learner.net. Hubert described the development, structure and implementation as well as plans for the future.
Hubert also raised some other lesser projects from Remote-Learner.net, including an improved cron system.
Plugins (M&P replacement)
The new Plugins system was demonstrated. The features of the new system were shown.
- Multiple contributors
- Ratings and reviews
- RSS feeds various steams of information
The system is on [moodle.org], but not open to the world as yet.
The future of the system was discussed, including encouraging people to upgrade code.
Moodle 2.2 progress
There was a quick overview of the Roadmap for 2.2.
Specifically the following topics were discussed in some detail.
- Files and repositories
- iPhone app and Web services
- Dan Poltawski attempted to speak about how Mahara code revision works, but was unable to share his desktop, unfortunately
- Tim Hunt said he was contemplating two new types of plugin. One was to re-organise the question bank code into plugins (e.g. edit questions, edit categories, import, export and preview). This would let people add new functionality. The other was to convert mod/quiz/accessrules.php to be a set of sub-plugins of quiz.
- Replacement for MNet through Web services and OAuth