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  • WordCamp.org 4:00 am on August 22, 2016 Permalink |  

    Hello to all our Deputies, WordCamp organizers, Meetup wranglers, and WordPress Community builders! You were probably hard at work this weekend. Tell us what you got accomplished in our #weekly-update!

    Have you run into a roadblock with the stuff you’re working on? Head over to #events or #outreach in Slack and ask for help!

     
    • Michelle Ames 4:41 pm on August 22, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      WordCamp Rochester 10/15/16
      -24 tickets sold to date
      -20 speaker applications to date
      -$600 raised in fundraising, so far
      -Photobooth (donated) for afterparty
      -Free Stickers on the way from StickerGiant
      -Working on afterparty venue, more fundraising

    • Courtney P.K. 10:25 pm on August 22, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      • Meetup Annual Survey analysis
      • Vetting Meetup applications
      • SupportPress triage & tickets
      • Swag shipments
  • WordCamp.org 4:00 am on August 15, 2016 Permalink |  

    Hello to all our Deputies, WordCamp organizers, Meetup wranglers, and WordPress Community builders! You were probably hard at work this weekend. Tell us what you got accomplished in our #weekly-update!

    Have you run into a roadblock with the stuff you’re working on? Head over to #events or #outreach in Slack and ask for help!

     
    • Michelle Ames 11:47 am on August 15, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      WordCamp Rochester,NY (10/15/16):
      -17 tickets sold
      -2 sponsors so far
      -13 speaker applications
      -Social media is going strong

      Rochester, NY Meetup:
      -Averaging 20-25 in attendance
      -Meeting monthly with different people presenting, followed by open discussion/help
      -Monthly co-working days with 8-10 average attendance
      -Next meetup is tonight (discussing CSS/HTML: how to edit/use on a WordPress site)
      -Most activity for this meetup happens on Facebook with daily interactions between almost 200 group members

    • mktcamila 12:17 pm on August 15, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      The WordCamp Fortaleza/BR happened this weekend (08/13/16 and 08/14/16):
      -162 tickets sold
      -15 sponsors so far

      • 37 speakers
      • 3 tracks (content, design / development and commerce)
      • 20,000 people impacted facebook
    • Josepha 1:38 pm on August 16, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      • Working on Meetup venue request payments (and getting some others trained to speed up progress)
      • Testing the new budget tool
      • Working on keeping WordCamps and Meetups moving in SupportPress

      I’ve been WordCamp Omaha’s mentor. We met last week to look at progress and prepare for the coming week’s team meeting. The team is forging ahead with publishing content to the site and reaching out to speakers/sponsors for their November event. 🙂

    • Courtney P.K. 7:09 pm on August 17, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      • Meetup orientation for Little Rock, Arkansas, US
      • Annual survey analysis
      • WordCamp orientation for Manila, Philippines
      • Office Hours
      • Setup email forwarder, site, Polldaddy for WordCamp Manila
      • SupportPress triage & tickets
      • Attended WordCamp NOLA, which was quite a successful event! Kudos to the organizing team. 🙂
    • Cami Kaos 11:04 pm on August 19, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Tuesday

      • transferred USD to Polish Zloty to allow for refund requests
      • WordCamp Dayton interview/ orientation and organizer agreement sent
      • updated email forward for WordCamp DFW
      • miscellaneous WordCamp slack ping catchup

      Wednesday

      • WordCamp US – volunteers meeting, venue and hotel meeting, speakers, sponsors, budget, schedule
      • WordCamp Copenhagen Denmark orientation and sent organizer agreement
      • set forward, created site, confirmed PollDaddy account, and created budget document for WordCamp Dayton

      Friday

      • reviewed WordCamp Prague application 1 of 2 (duplicate with inaccurate user name) – closed
      • reviewed application and vetted applicant for WordCamp Miami 2017 – requested an interview/ orientation
      • reviewed WordCamp Tirupati application – declined -no local meetup group, asked applicant to start a meetup
      • reviewed WordCamp Prague application 2 of 2 and vetted applicant – sent request for additional information to address questions that arose during review and vetting.
      • reviewed WordCamp San Diego application and vetted applicant – sent request for her to schedule Interview/Orientation
      • reviewed WordCamp Lahore application – declined, they didn’t know about the meetup group. Advised them to join the meetup group.
      • reviewed WordCamp Sao Paulo application and vetted applicant – requested that he schedule an Interview/Orientation.
  • WordCamp.org 4:00 am on August 8, 2016 Permalink |  

    Hello to all our Deputies, WordCamp organizers, Meetup wranglers, and WordPress Community builders! You were probably hard at work this weekend. Tell us what you got accomplished in our #weekly-update!

    Have you run into a roadblock with the stuff you’re working on? Head over to #events or #outreach in Slack and ask for help!

     
    • Randy Hicks 10:35 am on August 8, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      WordCamp OKC finished out last weekend! I had a call with Lynn to followup. She said everything went smooth. A few bullets.

      • Had their team followup Thur 4th for camp followups
      • Video team is working on processing videos
      • Vendors are paid
      • Need to double check sponsor fulfillment was completed, but I’m pretty sure it was.
      • Said they managed to schedule out an entire years worth of meetups!
      • Showed signs of standard camp planning burnout 🙂 … they’ll be back
    • Josepha 3:26 pm on August 8, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I’ve been mentoring WordCamp Omaha and last week we took at look at what progress we wanted to see in the next week or so. Some highlights:

      • The venue is all squared away; the contracts are signed and insurance certificates sent.
      • Calls for speakers and sponsors are live on the site, so if you’ve been looking for a Midwest event to get involved in head on over!
      • The site’s design isn’t final, but they are publishing content and will make a big announcement about the new design when it happens.
      • Our next meeting is this Thursday.

      Other Things from the Week:

      • Got WordCamp Rochester’s post published on Central.
      • Reached out to the WPCampus folks to see how things went and have a conversation.
      • Did some training/hand-off on annual survey result emails.
      • Had some conversations about @wordcamp.org emails.
      • Worked with Central folks to determine WordCamp travel schedules.
    • Eric Amundson 4:23 pm on August 8, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Held our monthly WordPress Contributor Meetup in Seattle on Saturday and had three new members attend, and was able to give them a tour of the make.wordpress.org teams and get them started with contributing in their interest areas.

      That’s my favorite part of Contributor Meetups: getting new people engaged.

      Realized today that I’ve been organizing regular Contributor Meetups in Seattle since May 2013 and have learned a lot about what works to get people engaged. Where’s the time go? Need to write up a post . . .

      My one-sentence recommendation for Meetup and Contributor Day organizers:

      “Show up, smile, shake hands, call people by name, thank them for contributing, and encourage them to come back.”

      Contributing often feels thankless to new folks, so I try to make sure they’re included, appreciated, and that they know they’re making a difference.

    • Courtney P.K. 8:27 pm on August 8, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      • Sat in on budget reviews with Andrea for WordCamps Baltimore, Rio, Wilmington
      • Annual Meetup Survey analysis
      • Community Team Chat
      • Office Hours
      • Vetted WordCamp Manila application — approved & requested orientation scheduling
      • Vetted lots of Meetup applications
      • SupportPress all day, every day 🙂
      • Lots and lots of swag shipments!
    • Michelle Ames 10:30 pm on August 8, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      WordCamp Rochester accomplished the following so far…
      -Finalized budget
      -Signed contract with venue
      -Opened website to public
      -Started social media
      -11 registrations so far
      -5 speaker applications so far (2 from out of state)
      -1 sponsor applied and invoiced

      Thank you to Andrea Middleton for her help!

    • Dat Hoang 4:08 am on August 9, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Hi 🙂
      I’m not sure this is the correct place for posting this. Please guide me if I’m doing anything wrong.

      I submitted the request at https://make.wordpress.org/community/meetup-interest-form/ for a meetup.com group called “Saigon WordPress”.

      It has been 10 days and I have not received any feedback yet. Is that normal or my submission was failed somehow? 🙂

      Thanks.

    • Andrea Middleton 2:23 pm on August 9, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Monday:

      • orientation for WordCamp Nairobi
      • coordination with WordCamp MedellĂ­n team, scheduled a meeting for Tuesday
      • payments
      • income
      • sponsor invoices
      • rescheduled interview/orientation with Manila applicant
      • office hours
    • Aditya Kane 7:15 am on August 10, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      • Hangouts call to check out WordCamp Bhopals progress with organisers.
      • Gave info about ticketing and Camptix
      • Helped out with a process for sponsor and speaker vetting.
      • Helped out WordCamp Nashik with some queries about Sponsors vetting.
    • Rocio Valdivia 12:49 pm on August 10, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Monday:

      • Checked the email account of WC Bhopal as they reported some issues. It’s finally working fine
      • Sent some tutorials to WC Riga about how to use Camptix and how to set ticket prices, etc.
      • Check-in with WC Santander about sponsor invoices and how to handle them
      • Set up a meeting with the organizing team of WC Denpasar
      • SP triage
      • Created a new meetup.com group for Andria, Italy in the chapter program
      • Transfered the WP Meetup Santa Maria Nuova, Italy to the chapter program

      Tuesday:

      • Set up Meetup orientations for this week: Brno/Czech Republic, DĂĽsseldorf/Germany, Wettingen/Switzerland, Hasselt/Belgium, Gaborone/Botswana
      • Meeting with the WC Denpasar organizing team: we have narrowed down the venue options to two and the team is going to negotiate the quote with them this week. We’ll have a final decision next week. In the next week, we’re going to welcome five new members to the org team and to start assignig roles, tasks and biweekly goals. The first WP Meetup was a success with more around 30 attendees!
      • Check-in with WC Sevilla about global sponsors and how to handle them
      • Office hours in #events
      • Re-sent some sponsor invoices to WC Belfast and WC Cincinnati
      • Fixed a wrong link to the WC organizer handbook in the “deprecated warning” of plan.wordcamp.org (thanks @crash_47 for reporting it! )
      • Reviewed WC Milano venue contract
      • SP triage
      • Vetted a Meetup venue request
    • Ian Dunn 4:11 pm on August 11, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @brandondove, I’ve been meaning to check in on the mentor dashboard. Josepha said there were some discrepancies between it and the spreadsheet, and those were preventing you from being able to ditch the spreadsheet yet.

      If you can give me a link to the spreadsheet and a description of the discrepancies, I can look at fixing them so that we no longer need the spreadsheet.

    • Brandon Dove 4:38 pm on August 11, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @iandunn, yes, a few. I was talking to @kcristiano about it yesterday and he had some ideas. My tracking spreadsheet is here (I’ve given you access): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QnPnSpbhrEFeBaYeZimnzkwjIsAG63apY05IBEfdz5I/edit. The two sheets that are relevant are “WC Status” (data) and “Mentor Assignments” (report).

      One of the first things is that there are a ton of mentors in the list that aren’t official mentors. It looks like they’ve been placed in the mentor fields by orgs or someone else in the past. The number of mentors in the dashboard is 65, while the spreadsheet shows 29.

      Because we’re listing the mentors by email address, some folks are showing up more than once which is also skewing our numbers. The only way I can think to correct this would be to make the mentor fields on the WC CPT a select list of known mentors. This would also require that we have a checkbox or some other field to check against on user profiles to allow users to be flagged as a mentor.

      There are some other enhancements that can be made to match the functionality of the spreadsheet, but we can get to those over time. This dashboard has definitely made my life easier, so I appreciate the work that’s been put into it so far. Thanks!

      • Ian Dunn 3:26 pm on August 12, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Ah, yeah, I intentionally didn’t do anything with usermeta or better UI so that we could get a quick v1, but it looks like that’ll be important for the next iteration.

        Should we restrict the mentor field to only Super Deputies, so that organizers can’t set/modify it?

        How should inactive/past mentors be represented?

    • Rocio Valdivia 6:52 pm on August 12, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Wednesday:

      • A lot of SP triage!
      • Talked with the organizer of WC Budapest about global sponsors and sponsorship levels
      • Set up Meetup orientations for this week
      • Payments
      • Income
      • Sponsor invoices

      Thursday

      • SP triage
      • Talked with the organizer of WC Sevilla about global sponsors and ticketing
      • Answered some questions to WC Riga about ticket invoices and how to run the money through WPCS or not
      • Office hours
      • Meetup Brno, Czech Republic orientation and created the new meetup.com group
      • Promoted the co-organizer of Meetup Andria, Italy in their meetup.com group
      • Payments
      • Income
      • Sponsor invoices

      Friday

      • SP triage
      • Meetup orientation with Gaborone/Botswana and Hasselt, Belgium
      • Created new meetup.com groups for Gaborone and Hasselt
      • Set up next Meetup orientations for next week with Ho Chi Minh City/Vietnam, Davao/Phillipines
      • Asked @mayukojpn to run the Meetup orientation in Japanese with the organizer of the Meetup Akashi/Hyogo/Japan group
  • WordCamp.org 4:00 am on August 1, 2016 Permalink |  

    Hello to all our Deputies, WordCamp organizers, Meetup wranglers, and WordPress Community builders! You were probably hard at work this weekend. Tell us what you got accomplished in our #weekly-update!

    Have you run into a roadblock with the stuff you’re working on? Head over to #events or #outreach in Slack and ask for help!

     
    • Jessica Estes 1:16 pm on August 1, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      WordCamp OKC happened Saturday! We had about 100 people present for a great event.

    • Courtney P.K. 11:09 pm on August 1, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      • SupportPress every day!
      • Office hours
      • Swag orders
      • Omaha budget review
      • Milwaukee budget review
      • Annual Meetup survey analysis
      • Banner image & decription for WordCamp Bhopal
      • Nashville budget review
      • Rochester budget review
      • Meetup application vetting
    • Cami Kaos 11:38 pm on August 1, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      until I work out a better system I’ll just do daily comments. Starting with…

      Monday

      • WCUS sponsor agreements
      • WCUS vendor contract reviews, revisions, and signing
      • requested scheduling for WordCamp Udaipur orientation
      • sponsorship invoice updates for WordCamp Sofia
      • office hours
      • SP triage
      • WordCamp Fayetteville interview/orientation, sent organizer agreement
      • updated WordCamp Fayetteville email forward
    • Andrea Middleton 12:28 am on August 2, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Monday:

      • Baltimore budget review
      • Halifax orientation
      • finished vetting Bordeaux, requested orientation
      • payments
      • income
      • sponsorship invoices
    • Cami Kaos 11:52 pm on August 2, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Tuesday:

      • vendor payments and reimbursements
      • sponsorship income attribution
      • site setup, Polldaddy confirmation, budget and folder setup for WordCamp Fayetteville 2017
      • WCUS hotel meeting
      • WCUS budget overview meeting
      • WCUS swag brainstorming
      • WordCamp Vancouver mentor check in – all is going well. touched on video, t-shirts, and ticket sales. advised her to put up a post on Central.
      • add VAT to Euro WordCamp invoices
      • encouraged WordCamp Peoria mentor to get them in for a budget review, added him to their budget and site
      • offered possible solutions to ticket sales issue for WordCamp Columbus
      • vetted applicant for WordCamp Dhaka – declined – requested that they start a meetup and specified that the organizers should be for more than just one company.
      • vetted applicant for WordCamp Dayton – approved, requested orientation be scheduled
      • vetted applicant for WordCamp Nairobi – approved, requested orientation be scheduled
    • Andrea Middleton 5:19 pm on August 4, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Tuesday:

      • met with WordCamp MedellĂ­n venue contact
      • orientation for WordCamp Rio
      • sent Halifax the organizer agreement
      • reviewed/signed/returned Rochester venue contract

      Wednesday:

      • payments/income/sponsor invoices
      • WordCamp Wilmington budget review, approved with a grant of $1000
      • office hours
      • reviewed/signed/returned Milwaukee venue contract
      • published WordCamp Milwaukee to the schedule
      • published WordCamp Rochester to the schedule
      • budget review for Rio, approved with a grant of R$6000
    • Cami Kaos 11:33 pm on August 4, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Thursday:

      • vendor payments and reimbursements
      • sponsorship income attribution
      • released and updated invoices
      • WordCamp attendance planning with Central team
      • collected current snapshot of WordCamp stats broken down by continent
      • WordCamp Orlando mentorship chat – Doing great, moving right along!
      • WordCamp Peoria budget review and approval
      • Monthly WordPress community chat
      • moved WordCamp Peoria to scheduled
      • rescheduled WordCamp Copenhagen Denmark orientation
      • WordCamp Manchester mentorship check in – They’re doing so well!
      • reviewed and responded to WordCamp DC application – declined -asked applicant to join the meetup
    • Andrea Middleton 9:52 pm on August 5, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Thursday:

      • mentorship call with WordCamp Kent
      • rescheduled orientation with WordCamp Bordeaux applicant
      • monthly community team chat
      • discussion of the local event grants proposal

      Friday:

      • collected/drafted/published weekly finance report
      • payments, income, and sponsor invoices
      • straightened out a few mistakes on a few submitted sponsor invoices
      • invited Manila applicant to an orientation
      • responded to a new global sponsor inquiry for 2017
      • created site/email/polldaddy account for Halifax
  • epetrashen 6:00 pm on June 21, 2016 Permalink |
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    Outreachy week 4: WordPress Meetup Organizer Training 

    The last week I was working with a newly created WordPress Meetup Organizer handbook. The training as it is now can be found here. As you can see, the pages were moved to the testing site and small quizzes were added. You are very welcome to try it out, and if you have any feedback regarding the way it works please feel free to let me know.

    Some changes we will implement later are:

    • Replace the links to the handbook materials with the links to the equivalent training site materials – after it will be decided where exactly will this site be hosted,
    • Possibly expand the introduction and conclusion a bit.

    Another alteration of the initial plan I didn’t mention last time is that we decided to have small quizzes after each lesson as opposed to larger quizzes in the end of each module, that is composed out of several lessons. The reasoning for that is that Sensei is designed in the way that if you want the “composed” quiz, all of the questions have to be linked to the module’s last lesson – which can become a disadvantage if you decide to move one of the lessons to another module or delete one of the lessons — the questions appended to this lessons will get orphaned and end up impeding the learning experience. On the other hand, having all questions based on the lesson’s content linked to exactly this lesson enables a more flexible, chunking and reuse-oriented structure.

    Next week I’ll be working on questions for the WordPress deputy handbook-based training. And I will also get to go to WordCamp Europe, which I’m so excited about! I’m really looking forward to seeing community members in person and witnessing all the WordCamp glory and bonanza in real life, not just imagining it while reading the WordCamp organization-related materials. So please expect a full report about this trip next week 🙂 Also, at WordCamp Europe the WordCamp and Meetup organizer courses will be ready for testing on contributor day.

     
  • Josepha 3:23 am on June 14, 2016 Permalink |

    Meetup Program Basics 

    Meetups are part of the overall WordPress open source project.

    Just like a WordCamp, meetups are an opportunity for people who love and value WordPress to get together to learn from, and connect with each other. Regardless of whether you want to to learn about WordPress or meet others who work with it, Meetup events are a way to build a strong WordPress community in your local area.

    Meetups are supported by with our own WordPress Meetup chapter program who underwrite the fees for meetup.com and provide a central support structure for meetups globally. Joining the Meetup chapter program provides great support, information and help to both new, and established meetups.  Chapter meetups provide a consistent experience regardless of where you attend in the world as each group has commited that they will follow a code of conduct and that they agree to our five good faith rules for meetups.

    As WordPress Meetups are organized and run by local communities, anyone can show leadership and no single person is necessarily the owner of what may be organized or hosted. WordPress meetups are groups in which anyone with an interest in doing so is welcome to organize an event.

    Are you interested to see if you have what it takes to be a Meetup organizer? Read on for more information!

    What does it take to be an organizer?

    Since all event planning and organizing is done locally, Meetup organizers are reliable people who love WordPress and want to foster a local community in their area. If you’ve spoken with other people who are involved in technology in your town you probably have some understanding of the level of interest people have. You may have also noticed that they all come from a lot of different backgrounds.

    Being ready to create and host family-friendly, inclusive events is incredibly important to the success of your local WordPress community!

    In order to create consistency of people’s experience of the WordPress community, it’s important that Meetups adhere to our five good faith rules. These rules were created by a group of volunteer meetup organizers as a means to capture the ‘vibe’ of the WordPress community.

    The Five Good Faith Rules

    1. WordPress Meetups are for the benefit of the WordPress community as a whole, not specific businesses or individuals. All actions taken as an event organizer are with the best interest of the community in mind.
    2. Membership in the local meetup group is open to all who wish to join, regardless of ability, skill, financial status or any other criteria.
    3. Meetups are volunteer-run with volunteer speakers. In cases where a modest attendance fee might be necessary, this fee should only cover the costs of the meetup and shouldn’t be used to pay speakers or organizers.
    4. Meetup groups allow events to be organized by any reliable/trusted member of the community.
    5. Meetups are welcoming places where everyone works to foster an accepting environment which is free of discrimination, incitement to violence, promotion of hate, and general jerk-like behavior.

    What if I’m already an organizer?

    If you’re already an organizer of a WordPress meetup group, you are also invited to join the chapter program. Here is a list of some things you can expect:

    WordPress Community Support (a subsidiary of the WordPress Foundation) takes over payment of meetup.com dues and is listed as the primary group organizer and the original owner status changes to co-organizer. Existing co-organiser status remains the same. WordPress now “owns” the meetup.com account, and everyone running events is on equal footing.

    • Organizers retain access to the group tools on meetup.com.
    • The group name and URL remain the same.
    • The design of your site stays the same (unless you are using a “fauxgo” or are misspelling WordPress, in which case we’d ask you to fix that).
    • Once a year your members and organisers will receive a survey to gather feedback about your meetup. Results will be shared and discussed so that if are any needs the community support team we can meet in order to facilitate more activity/happier members, we can work together to figure out what that might be.
    • You’ll receive some great WordPress swag to kick things off (if you don’t have any left over from a recent WordCamp).
    • We’re currently working towards being able to offer support in covering costs like venue hire when donated space for events can’t be found. We will also be working with meetup organizers to determine what costs and/or supplies could be provided by the central account to make organizing events easier.
    • If you currently require people apply to join your group, we ask that you remove that requirement. WordPress meetup groups are open to all who are interested. You may still ask those questions on the regular “join this meetup” form but membership of the group should not require those responses.
    • We ask that organizers adjust their meetup ‘group tools’ settings so that any member of the group may be allowed to organize events  rather than going through the listed co-organizers. If someone wants to organize a Saturday morning WordPress coffee shop get-together that only 5 people attend and you want to organize a more formal presentation for 80 people, both of those are equally valuable. We believe that the more people getting together and connecting to talk about WordPress, the better, and having only a few people organize events automatically limits their number and scope.

    Tip: Here is a quiz on this article. Read quizzes section of the welcome page if you have any questions about quizzes and how to navigate them.

     
  • Rocio Valdivia 3:59 pm on June 3, 2016 Permalink |
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    Meetup Status Weekly Report (From May 20th to June 3rd) 

    Holita Community Team!
    This is a report of all the Meetup applications that we’ve seen work on last week (from May 20th to June 3rd).
    If you have questions (or see something that’s missing) let us know in the comments.
    Have a nice weekend! 🙂

    1) 4 NEEDS VETTING
    Lisboa, Portugal
    Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
    Lisbon, Portugal

    2) 3 REQUESTED MORE INFORMATION
    Chandigarh, India
    Ikeja, Nigeria
    Covington

    3) 3 DECLINED
    Yamuna Nagar, Haryana, India (The applicant re-applied for organizing another Meetup group in Chandigarh)
    Managua, Nicaragua (asked to join the current Meetup group in the city)
    Bangalore, India (asked to join the current Meetup group in the city)

    4) 10 NEEDS/SCHEDULING ORIENTATION/INTERVIEW
    Santa Barbara, CA, USA (scheduling)
    Oulu, Finland (scheduling)
    Vizag, Pradesh, India (scheduling)
    Puerto España, Trinidad and Tobago
    Juba, South Sudan (scheduling)
    Caracas, Venezuela (scheduling)
    Aix en Provence, France (scheduled)
    Oslo, Norway (scheduled)
    Blackburn, UK (scheduled)
    Chelyabinsk, Russia (scheduled)

    5) 4 ORIENTED. NEEDS TO TRANSFER THE GROUP TO THE CHAPTER
    Medellin, Colombia
    Cornas, France
    Wadern, Saarland, Germany
    Rome, Italy

    6) 11 ORIENTED AND JOINED THE CHAPTER
    Guayaquil, Ecuador
    Bali, Indonesia
    Boise, ID, US
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    Glasgow, UK
    Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    Rajkot, Gujarat, India
    Tuluá, Colombia
    Norwich, UK
    Málaga, Spain
    Lille, France

     
  • Rocio Valdivia 2:58 pm on May 20, 2016 Permalink |
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    Meetup Status Weekly Report (From May 14nd to 20th) 

    Howdy Community Team!
    This is a report of all the Meetup applications that we’ve seen work on last week (from May 14nd to 20th).
    If you have questions (or see something that’s missing) let us know in the comments! 🙂

    1) 9 NEEDS VETTING
    Guayaquil, Ecuador
    Chandigarh, India
    Ikeja, Nigeria
    Bali, Indonesia
    Boise, ID, US
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    Covington
    Medellin, Colombia
    Yamuna Nagar, Haryana, India

    2) 2 REQUESTED MORE INFORMATION
    Brisbane, Australia
    Managua, Nicaragua

    3) 4 DECLINED
    Nairobi, Kenya (asked to join the current Meetup group in the city)
    Rockville, US (asked to join the current Meetup group in the city)
    St. Catharines, ON, Canada (They will join forces with the Niagara group)
    Fair Oaks, US (asked to join the current Meetup group in the city)

    4) 12 NEEDS/SCHEDULING ORIENTATION/INTERVIEW
    Cornas, France (scheduling)
    Santa Barbara, CA, USA (scheduling)
    Oulu, Finland (scheduling)
    Vizag, Pradesh, India
    Glasgow, UK
    Puerto España, Trinidad and Tobago
    Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
    Rajkot, Gujarat, India (scheduled)
    College Station, TX, US (scheduled)
    Tuluá, Colombia (scheduled)
    Juba, South Sudan (scheduling)
    Caracas, Venezuela (scheduling)

    5) 3 ORIENTED. NEEDS TO TRANSFER THE GROUP TO THE CHAPTER
    Wadern, Saarland, Germany
    Norwich, UK
    Rome, Italy

    6) 1 ORIENTED AND JOINED THE CHAPTER
    NĂĽrnberg, Germany

     
  • Rocio Valdivia 5:34 pm on May 13, 2016 Permalink |
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    Meetup Status Weekly Report (From May 2nd to 13th) 

    Hola Community Team!
    This is a report of all the Meetup applications that we’ve seen work on last week (from May 2nd to 13th).
    If you have questions (or see something that’s missing) let us know in the comments! 🙂

    1) NEEDS VETTING
    Oulu, Finland
    Managua, Nicaragua
    College Station, TX, US
    Rockville, Maryland, US
    Medellin, Colombia
    St. Catharines, ON, Canada
    Yamuna Nagar, Haryana, India
    Nairobi, Kenya
    Tuluá, Colombia
    Glasgow, Scotland, UK
    Brisbane, Australia
    Rajkot, Gujarat, India
    Puerto España, Trinidad and Tobago
    Santa Cruz de Tenerife, España

    2) REQUESTED MORE INFORMATION
    Vizag, Pradesh, India
    Halle, Germany
    Québec, Canada

    3) REJECTED
    Fair Oaks, CA, USA (there is a Meetup group already in this city)

    4) NEEDS/SCHEDULING ORIENTATION/INTERVIEW
    Norwich, UK
    Wadern, Saarland, Germany
    NĂĽrnberg/Bayern/Germany
    Juba, South Sudan
    Caracas, Venezuela
    Hortolandia, Brazil
    Cork, Ireland
    Vancouver, Canada
    Aix en Provence, France
    Antibes, France
    Santa Barbara, CA, USA
    Rome, Italy

    5) ORIENTED. NEEDS TO TRANSFER THE GROUP TO THE CHAPTER

    6) ORIENTED AND JOINED THE CHAPTER
    Appleton, WI, US
    Kapolei, HI, US
    Parma, Italy
    Crete, Greece
    Bari, Italy
    Clinton, NJ, US
    Kochi, India
    WĂĽrzburg, Germany
    Bitburg (Eifel), Germany
    Lille, France

     
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    Categories: Community Management ( 172 )

    Meetup Status Weekly Report (From April 22th to May 2nd) 

    Hola Community Team!
    This is a report of all the Meetup applications that we’ve seen work on last week (from April 22th to May 2nd).
    If you have questions (or see something that’s missing) let us know in the comments! 🙂

    1) NEEDS VETTING
    Clinton, NJ, US
    Halle, Germany
    Nuremberg, Germany
    WĂĽrzburg, Germany
    Bitburg, Germany
    Parma, Italy
    Québec, Canada
    Juba, South Sudan
    Caracas, Venezuela
    Medellin, Colombia
    Rockville, US
    College Station, TX, US
    Managua, Nicaragua
    Oulu, Finland

    2) REQUESTED MORE INFORMATION
    Lille, France (reached out to applicant about a trademark issue)
    Vizag/Andhra, India

    3) REJECTED

    4) NEEDS/SCHEDULING ORIENTATION/INTERVIEW
    Hortolandia, Brazil (scheduling with RocĂ­o)
    Crete, Greece (scheduled with RocĂ­o)
    Cork, Ireland (scheduling with RocĂ­o)
    Bari, Italy (scheduled with RocĂ­o)
    Vancouver, Canada (scheduling with Josepha)
    Kochi, India (scheduling with Aditya and RocĂ­o)
    Aix en Provence, France (scheduling with RocĂ­o)
    Antibes, France (scheduling with RocĂ­o)

    5) ORIENTED. NEEDS TO TRANSFER THE GROUP TO THE CHAPTER
    Appleton, WI, US
    Kapolei, HI, US

    6) ORIENTED AND JOINED THE CHAPTER
    Verona, Italy
    Genova, Italy
    Maidstone, UK
    Nairobi, Kenya

     
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