Attending: @jillbinder, @juliarosia, @katiejrichards, @kcrockett, @leogopal, @onealtr, @santanainniss, @sc0ttkclark, @sippis, @volkswagenchick
1 Attendance and check-ins (everyone)
2 First time here
3 Comments, questions, ideas (anyone)
- We talked about where to put an “Upcoming Events” box on our handbook page
4 Workshops – Inclusion (@jillbinder)
5 Follow-up Slack Slack is a Collaborative Group Chat Platform https://slack.com/. The WordPress community has its own Slack Channel at https://make.wordpress.org/chat/. chat – Inclusion (@jillbinder)
- We are going to have a follow-up Slack chat to this workshop on Thursday, November 17th. Trying a different format: “bring successes, challenges, questions.”
- Talked about who should be invited to the Slack chats. Experiment: most recent workshop participants + past slack chat participants.
- @katiejrichards suggested we reach out to workshop participants to help them with their journey beyond our Slack chat reminders
6 Workshops – Speaker (@jillbinder)
7 APAC WPDiversity Network Building (@onealtr)
- @onealtr shared upcoming WP Asia events
- We talked about upcoming date and time changes for APAC meetings
8 Diverse Speaker Support channel (@kcrockett, @juliarosia, @jillbinder)
We discussed the automated introduction message when people join the channel
9 Marketing (@santanainniss)
- @santanainniss shared marketing results for promoting:
– Tomorrow’s Inclusion workshop
– Request to amplify today’s posts:
- We discussed:
- Posts promoting the benefits of WP Diversity (e.g. xyz % of people felt more prepared to speak after the training)
- Share statements like: how do we define diversity? Elements from the trainings etc.
10 Daylight savings — changing the meeting time in November (@jillbinder)
- Starting on November 6th, 2022 and going until March 13, 2023, when daylight savings time ends, we are going to move our meeting to 6pm UTC.
- We discussed how to write this on the Make WordPress Community sidebar A sidebar in WordPress is referred to a widget-ready area used by WordPress themes to display information that is not a part of the main content. It is not always a vertical column on the side. It can be a horizontal rectangle below or above the content area, footer, header, or any where in the theme..
11 Other Updates + Next meeting facilitator (anyone)
- @jillbinder is starting to work on a (working title) “So you wanna run a Speaker workshop?” page for the Community Handbook.