[Deploying Sakai] [WG: I18N & L10N] [sakai-pmc] Proposal: Add Anonymous grading into Sakai 10.3
neal.caidin at apereo.org
Tue Dec 2 16:54:37 PST 2014
Recording the official decision for posterity.
On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 10:39 AM, Matthew Jones <matthew at longsight.com>
> Right, I think when it was raised a few weeks ago, there wasn't any strong
> objection other than having it default to being disabled by default (which
> it is now). So that prior announcement seems good enough for this one.
> On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 6:56 AM, Steve Swinsburg <
> steve.swinsburg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If this has already been merged then the decision should already have
>> been made, but the vote is only coming in now. So really this vote is about
>> *not* reverting it.
>> More work to revert back out of the branch isn't the right way forward
>> here, its a waste of effort.
>> IMO chalk this one up to a premature merge and move on.
>> My general stance for branches is so long as the feature doesn't cause
>> regressions and isn't too major to warrant an unexpected amount of work for
>> deployers, then it's most likely fine.
>> On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 1:00 AM, Neal Caidin <neal.caidin at apereo.org>
>>> [sakai-dev, production, i18n, and sakai-pmc]
>>> Proposal: Include the feature for anonymous grading in the assignment
>>> tool in the 10.3 release , off by default . (Note: the feature has
>>> already been merged into 10.x, so we would have to revert changes to remove
>>> The feature been tested by Western University in production successfully
>>> since September 2014. University of Cape Town has also been running this on
>>> 10.x successfully. S2U (Spanish speaking users group) has tested it in 10.x
>>> . As was mentioned, the change is off by default in 10.x (10.3) . There
>>> are new strings introduced:
>>> grading.anonymous=Anonymous grading
>>> submitted.date.redacted=(date withheld)
>>> Being off by default means the change is non-disruptive to the user
>>> experience. We will not turn this on by default until 10.4 or later to
>>> allow time for string translations.
>>> Time frame:
>>> By lazy consensus everyone in the development community is encouraged to
>>> provide feedback and input, though the final decision rests with the PMC.
>>> If they do not hear any objections by Tuesday, December 2, 2014, then the
>>> proposal will be considered as passing.
>>> For reference see the Maintenance Branch Merge Policy .
>>>  New feature - https://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-17606
>>>  Disabled by default - https://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-28076
>>>  Maintenance Branch Merge policy -
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