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== Versions ==
 
== Versions ==
 
The development process is oriented to:
 
The development process is oriented to:
- Maintain the current published version free of bugs
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* Maintain the current published version free of bugs
- Add new functionalities for future versions
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* Add new functionalities for future versions
  
 
For achieve this we organize the code using a Control Version System called git where we track two "branches" of code called:
 
For achieve this we organize the code using a Control Version System called git where we track two "branches" of code called:

Revision as of 08:43, 14 June 2013

Team

Moodle Mobile is developed by a small team of three persons:

  • Juan Leyva (Lead developer)
  • Laia Canet (Users advocate, UIX and documentation support)
  • Josep Maria Gifreu (CSS, layout)

Versions

The development process is oriented to:

  • Maintain the current published version free of bugs
  • Add new functionalities for future versions

For achieve this we organize the code using a Control Version System called git where we track two "branches" of code called:

  • master - Branch for the code of new versions
  • MOODLEMOBILE_XY_STABLE - Branch for maintain the code of the current published version

Every time we publish a new version (i.e: 1.4) we create a MOODLEMOBILE_XY_STABLE branch (MOODLEMOBILE_14_STABLE in this case) for maintaining this version until we release a new version; old branches are keeped as historic but we don't work on it.

It doesn't makes sense maintain old versions because the way they are handled in Mobile markets (you can only upgrade to last version of an app)

Releases

Release a new major version (1.X) every two months

Release minor versions (1.X.Y) at any time when needed