Release Notes: The four big headline features are Roles (a complete new architecture for assigning people permissions), the XML database schema (which now supports a wider range of databases), a new admin interface (designed to make it much easier to find settings and configure Moodle properly), and the Unit testing framework (which allows developers to write unit tests that can be run as part of a system check to make sure Moodle code is performing as expected).
Release Notes: This release performs at better checking and sanitizing user data in various areas, resulting in better security against crackers (both internal and external). A number of small bugs were fixed and a number of performance enhancements were made, especially for PostgreSQL. A few small clarifications and four new language translations were included. Upgrading is strongly encouraged.
Release Notes: A number of bugs were fixed in this version, including some potentially serious security issues. Email generated by the system now threads nicely in mail clients, and a new PAM module was added for authentication. All sites using older versions are advised to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release contains many new features and enhancements, including PHP 5 support, a new Wiki module, an easier installer wizard, a completely revamped resource module with greater ease and more features, a new enrollment system with plugins to interface with other systems (including directly with Paypal), front-page blocks, a faster and more scalable chat that is based on a server-side daemon, support for Markdown format, and many more improvements.
Release Notes: This release features fixes for two possible security vulnerabilities. There are also a number of bugs fixed in the glossaries and the SCORM module.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, including some problems with the way forums worked in classes with separated groups, and a possible security problem on very old versions of PHP. In addition, the SCORM module is now included as standard.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few small bugs found in Moodle 1.3. The main bug prevented a small proportion of IE6 users from using the WYSIWYG HTML editor properly on some pages.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of major features, such as calendars, configurable side blocks on courses, an RSS system to publish feeds from forums etc, an improved media plugin filter that makes it easy to embed multimedia throughout Moodle, and even more automatic linking. There have also been a number of stability and performance improvements.
Release Notes: A variety of small bugs have been fixed, including ones related to survey reports, WebCT importation, formatting, and filtering. Upgrading from all previous versions is recommended.
Release Notes: This release includes support for groups and cohorts within courses, text filters to allow arbitrary processing on all text (such as automatic linking, easy mathematics support, and multi-language content), fantastic new Glossary and Lesson modules, a new Label module to allows arbitrary HTML in the course page, a vastly improved WYSIWYG editor, and automatic backups.