After some extended testing, we’ve just released MoodleNet v0.9 alpha in preparation for the workshop at this week’s UK & Ireland MoodleMoot.
- Dark mode
- User’s latest activities on profiles
- Timeline (latest activities of user’s followed communities and collections) on home page
- New UI (without sidebar)
- Moodle brand and colour scheme
- Link to code of conduct from user menu
- Various small bug fixes
In addition to the above, we’re still working on search, federation (the ability to have separate instances of MoodleNet that can communicate with one another), and of course Moodle Core integration.
We’ve almost completed our Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) with Moodle’s Privacy Officer and external Data Protection Officer (DPO). We’ll be sharing that with the community for feedback.
The first first release that features federation will be called ‘beta’, so the next scheduled release will be MoodleNet v0.9.1 alpha.