Another Moodle Monday development event happened this week here at the Open University, but I'm a bit late reporting it partly because we did some tidying up in other days too.
The big news is:
114/119 test cases complete: 3804 passes, 0 fails and 0 exceptions.
Imagine that line in green, because it is This is the complete unit tests running correctly (ignore the difference of 5 in the 'test cases complete' number). Yay.
I am going to try to get Moodle HQ to fix the script that automaticaly runs unit tests nightly, so they (and others) can try to avoid breakage in future.
In total, OU developers did the following:
10 bugfixes committed or with patch attached for review.
1 QA test completed (unfortunately it failed); this was the only open test case apart from a Mahara one which we are leaving for others as we won't be using Mahara.
2 bugs resolved as duplicates or can't reproduce.
And about 6 other bugs investigated in some way, possibly with comments added to bug to clarify.
I think Tim is this week's winner in terms of number of bugs dealt with in some way... but as he is quiz maintainer he has lots more bugs that are his responsibility than anyone else, which could be seen as cheating!
Not sure if we will be doing this again next week as we are now gearing up to start work on our own in-house Moodle 2 developments (ie converting our custom modules, etc). We'll see.