Moodle 3.2 QA testing update – more than 45% tests passed, your contribution is urgently required #MoodleQA – Moodle World

Source: Moodle 3.2 QA testing update – more than 45% tests passed, your contribution is urgently required #MoodleQA – Moodle World

QA testing cycle for Moodle 3.2 which started last Monday, is on full swing with great efforts and contributions by the Moodle community members. As of now, around 42% of the total 521 QA tests are marked as complete and rest issues need your contribution.

Within one week, more than 225 issues are marked as passed by contribution from many individual Moodle community members. Now only 248 issues are open which needs to be tested by actual users for any bugs or issues.

The current status of the testing is as shown in the picture on the right:qa-testing-status

The top 09 contributors for this QA testing cycle in descending order of tests performed are as follows:

  • AL Rachels
  • Fernando Acedo
  • Jasmin Klindzic
  • Eric yullu
  • Luiggi Sansonetti
  • Lisa Caines
  • Slawomir Grefling
  • Arindam Ghosh
  • Jean-Marc Doucet

However, still there are a lot of issues which are not tested and you can contribute your small efforts to help achieve 100% pass rate for Moodle 3.2 QA cycle similar to previous versions.

Moodle 3.1.3 releasing next week

On the other hand, the other minor point release version of Moodle i.e. Moodle 3.1.3, 3.0.7, 2.9.9 and 2.7.17 are coming next week as per the original schedule. However, Moodle 3.2 release is delayed by 2 weeks and currently scheduled to be released on 28 November.

Have you contributed yet for the QA testing of Moodle 3.2? If not yet, What are you waiting for? Jump to the Moodle QA testing dashboard on Moodle tracker and help Moodle achieve 100% QA tests pass rate one more time. Waiting to see your great contribution.

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