We’ve a few short updates that don’t necessarily warrant a post in their own right, but which are nevertheless important to communicate as MoodleNet develops.
1. Draft community guidelines
Thanks to those who took the time to comment on this. We perhaps took a wrong turn in calling the whole thing a ‘contributor covenant’ and have separated this out into contribution guidelines and a code of conduct.
2. Updated sign-up process
After reflecting on user feedback about the sign-up process, we’ve changed our approach. The latest workflow can be seen below, based on sketches we’ve already shared:
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Users can now get more quickly into MoodleNet, and have a choice as to when to update their profile (including Emoji ID).
3. Draft testing plan
Our plan for the initial testing of MoodleNet existed in various GitLab issues and wiki pages. We’ve pulled them together into a single wiki page giving an overview of the draft testing plan. While we’ve still a way to go to ensure we’ve got everything in place, hopefully it’s possible to see the plan emerging up to integration with Moodle 3.7!
Finally, we’ve got two pieces of exciting news to announce next week, one relating to our team and one to external recognition of our work so far!
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