[Deploying Sakai] [WG: I18N & L10N] [sakai-pmc] Proposal: Add Anonymous grading into Sakai 10.3
matthew at longsight.com
Wed Nov 26 07:39:57 PST 2014
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>
> 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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