Recap of January 5, 2016 Meeting

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  • Welcome
  • Updates on Tier 1 Lessons
  • Copyediting Updates
    • @judylwh will take a look at the Forget Your Password lesson and add some quiz questions.
  • Timeline for Tier 1  – @chanthaboune made an awesome Gantt chart!
    • Click the little arrow to the right of the lesson plan title to see the chart. Things are listed by team/group responsible for it. Then there is the green check for content completion and a star for full completion.
    • There are more lesson plans that will be mapped to the chart for Tier 1.
    • Right now everything is in one round, additional things will be added as a second round.
    • The chart for “Installing on a Server” is our most comprehensive look at how this all flows. It’s laid out by days to complete (though we know we mostly update weekly and hand off at that point).
    • The group decided that there isn’t a dependency on test#1 for test #2 to happen and so on and that a week turn around time for feedback makes more sense. We estimate that the testing feedback submission and feedback incorporation will take a minimum of two weeks.
    • From a timeline perspective, sticking points in getting testing data are getting feedback from the testers and then incorporating feedback back into the lesson plans.
  • Other Things
    • @chanthaboune will reach out to the MeetupMeetup All local/regional gatherings that are officially a part of the WordPress world but are not WordCamps are organized through A meetup is typically a chance for local WordPress users to get together and share new ideas and seek help from one another. Searching for ‘WordPress’ on will help you find options in your area. organizers and those who have already offered to help test en masse to promote testing once we have a bigger batch of lesson plans.
    • @chanthaboune will reach out to the JetPack/Woo people to get folks lined up to write those plans.
    • @chanthaboune will update the timelines and will start to get the word out to Meetup/testing folks.
    • @meaganhanes, @bethsoderberg, and @liljimmi coordinated to get the copy edited testing responses in Support Flow.
    • @bethsoderberg will coordinate with @codente to get set up with lesson plan auditing of these plans.