Polyglots Training Working Group Update #3

In the last Polyglots Training Working Group update, submitting the Learn WordPress application was the next step. The application was submitted and approved. In the meantime, we have also continued to draft the course content.

As always, all the course content – including lesson drafts, tasks, and a status sheet – can be found in the Polyglots Training course Google Drive.


This is the current content status based on the status spreadsheet.

Draft Started62.50%
Draft completed54.17%

New content:

  • Intro: How Translations Work Quiz.
  • Working with WordPress CoreCore Core is the set of software required to run WordPress. The Core Development Team builds WordPress. Lesson and Quiz.
  • Collaborating and Team Building Lesson and Quiz.

All the content can be found in the Google Drive folder. If you are interested in helping write content, you can sign up on the Polyglots Training Task Status Sheet by adding your username.

How to help

For the next steps, Polyglots, Training, and Learn WordPress contributors can help in a number of ways.

  1. Review and add feedback on the outline for the Polyglots Training course.
  2. Review and add feedback on any item with a Draft Link in the Task Status spreadsheet. Anything that is ready for review, but has not been reviewed, is a higher priority.
  3. Share your thoughts and feedback on the overall course content in a comment on this post, or in the related draft documents.

For general feedback, the following would be really helpful to know:

  • Is there any information or topics you would add to the course or materials?
  • What format(s) would be most useful? For example, video presentations, infographics, quizzes, etc.
  • Is there too much information or too little?

If you have any questions about how to get involved, you are welcome to ask in the comments or in the Polyglots channel in SlackSlack Slack is a Collaborative Group Chat Platform https://slack.com/. The WordPress community has its own Slack Channel at https://make.wordpress.org/chat/., as well.

Thanks once again to @nao, @markscottrobson, @psmits1567, @fierevere, and @tobifjellner for their help writing, editing, and sharing feedback on these materials already.