Summary for Docs Team Meeting (19-March-2024)


@estelaris @milana_cap @leonnugraha @sagargurnani @hellosatya @marcio-zebedeu @lighthouse79 @atachibana @anandau14 @noumantech @sheebaabraham @matteoenna @lumiblog  @Calolan


Find the complete Transcript of the meeting on Slack.

Upcoming Biweekly Meeting

Project Checks

 @sagargurnani completed #430 and #935 and waiting for the review of #954.

@leonnugraha reviewed the drafts of the dev notes and published the Miscellaneous Editor changes in WordPress 6.5.

 @Calolan shared the progress of #1308 and #1476.

@milana_cap shared the update on the CloudFest hackathon contribution but could not contribute to docs projects.

 @sheebaabraham shared the progress of #1371 and showed commitment to complete it soon.

@estelaris started the user documentation for the 6.5 release and needs help from new contributors to get screenshots and a small video

@lumiblog shared the list of in-review issues (#1299, #1313, #1281, and #1280) and closed issues.

Open Floor

@estelaris shared the list of open issues for the 6.5 release – HelpHub: #1490, #1491, and #1492. He would also open more issues.  @sagargurnani and @estelaris discussed the March 5, 2024 updates post; @sagargurnani responded that he contacted Adam to help him document the playground.

@estelaris explained that two main items need help: users’ and developers’ perspectives in the documentation and review on the last item to improve the changelog in the articles. He also plans to write end-user cases after I finish the 6.5 release docs.

@sagargurnani asked a question about a few articles that have change logs and a few haven’t. @milana_cap explained that Changelogs were made when @bph ran blockBlock Block is the abstract term used to describe units of markup that, composed together, form the content or layout of a webpage using the WordPress editor. The idea combines concepts of what in the past may have achieved with shortcodes, custom HTML, and embed discovery into a single consistent API and user experience. editor end-user docs, and she had them in an article template. The rest of the docs never caught up. @estelaris said changes are happening at design side, will look into it later.

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