Moodle 3.3 is all set to rock the world in next 4 weeks and the community efforts to make this happen started with the commencement of QA testing. The Quality Assurance testing cycle includes a big list of tests to be carried out to check out the functionality from an actual user point of view.
In a recent news, Helen Foster – Moodle Community Manager, announced the commencement of the QA testing cycle for Moodle 3.3. The Quality Assurance testing cycle for Moodle 3.3 consists of more than 550 tests which includes the new features and improvements of Moodle 3.3
The target for completing this round of QA testing is in next three weeks with a 100% pass rate. If you would like to take part in the testing, you can ask Helen to add yourself in the Testers group. You can use either local installation of Moodle 3.3 or through Moodle QA testing site.
Before starting the QA testing just make sure that you have gone through the QA testing guide here. Check out the complete list of all the test issues for Moodle 3.3 here.
By participating in the QA testing of Moodle, you will not only help achieve 100% pass rate but also help out the developers to check the real use case scenario. You will also earn a Moodle Testers badge for yourself for successfully completing the Moodle Quality Assurance testing by running three or more tests.
When are you earning your Moodle Tester’s Badge? Have you participated in the earlier cycles of QA testing? Share your experience with us in the comments section below.