@ninianepress @leonnugraha @milana_cap @atachibana @estelaris @stevenlinx @jominney @sagargurnani @cold-iron-chef @611shabnam @emmaht @pekkakortelainen @sumitsingh @fahimmurshed @krupalpanchal @geisthanen @kenshino
Find the complete Transcript of the meeting on Slack.
The next meeting schedule will be dedicated to the online Docs Team Contributor Day with the following details:
When: Tuesday, June 27, 2023, 1:00-4:00 PM UTC
Where: #docs channel on Slack, and Zoom.
The next Docs Team meeting will be a regular bi-weekly meeting held on July 4, 2023. @leonnugraha will be the facilitator, and @sagargurnani will be the note-taker.
@milana_cap completed 4 out of 5 issues assigned during the last triage (#838, #818, #428, and #498)
@sagargurnani contributed to #498
@atachibana closed #739 and #744
@leonnugraha worked on the Dev Notes tracking issue for WordPress 6.3 release
@cold-iron-chef added screenshots and videos for #282 and #694
@estelaris started looking into the review of mobile end-user documentation and planning to start gathering end-user documentation for the WordPress Playground.
@611shabnam reviewed #825 and #672, and worked on #687
@pekkakortelainen reviewed #469
@jominney completed #715 and updated 11 docs related to the ticket.
Zoom onboarding session and Contributor Mentorship Program
@ninianepress is setting up an onboarding Zoom call and is still open for new contributors who want to join. The session will be a live onboarding training and live Q&A.
She’s currently collecting information on who would like to attend the event to determine the session time. If you’re interested, you can contact her on Slack or comment in the Slack thread.
@milana_cap proposed the idea of having an onboarding cycle every one or two months. In addition, @jominney pointed out the Contributor Mentorship Program, which the Docs Team is picked to be one of the teams for the project pilot.
If you would like to learn more about the Contributor Mentorship Program, read this Community Team blog post.
New GitHub GitHub is a website that offers online implementation of git repositories that can easily be shared, copied and modified by other developers. Public repositories are free to host, private repositories require a paid subscription. GitHub introduced the concept of the ‘pull request’ where code changes done in branches by contributors can be reviewed and discussed before being merged be the repository owner. https://github.com/ Project feature
@stevenlinx informed the team about the new feature in GitHub for creating a project template.
This feature streamlines the tedious project board creation process that the Docs Team does and uses for every WordPress release. @stevenlinx has created a template for the WordPress release project board called WP X.Y Documentation Template, and it was also used for the creation of the WP 6.3 project board.
@estelaris brought up a discussion about the team dashboard and stats related to the WCEU’s Q&A session and what the Docs Team would like to measure.
@pekkakortelainen suggested having a graph to visualize the amount of opened and closed issues.
@ninianepress suggested the following points:
- How many issues are open
- How many issues have been closed
- How many new ones have been created in the last month
- The rate at which new issues are open
- The rate at which issues are closed
@milana_cap suggested that we can track the number of tasks that the team does:
- Updated articles
- Updated screenshots
- Reviewed articles
- Run meetings
- Written agendas
- Written summaries
- Onboarding sessions
- Time for a fully onboarded contributor
The discussion for the team stats will be continued on Docs Team Contributor Day and the next meeting if necessary.
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