Meetup Application Vetting Sprint – 26 & 27 September

In order to get through the large backlog of meetup applications that are currently in need of vetting, we are going to be joining together in two 1-hour vetting sprints next week!

What is a vetting sprint?

A vetting sprint for meetup applications is a 1 hour session where all available deputies meet together in the #community-team channel in the WordPress Slack group. Over the course of the hour, we will all work on vetting meetup applications and use the Slack channel as a central place to discuss what we’re working on and support each other.

Who can take part?

Any deputies who have access to the Meetup Tracker can take part. That means people who have completed the deputy training, signed the agreement and been given access to the tracker (details about the tracker here).

If you are a deputy who has been active in the last 6 months, then you would have been added to the tracker already, but if you don’t have access and still want to take part then please comment here and we can give you access.

When is this happening?

We have two sprints planned for next week, so we can accommodate as many time zones as possible. The two times are:

These times have been added to the Deputy Calendar for easy reference.

How does it work?

As explained above, we will meet in the #community-team channel on Slack at the times listed and dive into vetting meetup applications. Here are some handy links that you will need on the day: