Updates on lesson plans, testing, and copyediting in progress
“Enqueueing Scripts and Styles”
@estes.chris reviewed @jenwill LP “Enqueueing Scripts and Styles.” After much discussion it was decided to:
1. Add meaningful learning objectives
2. Aplit the individual examples (how to enqueue X, Y, Z things) into “Stretch your Skills” section. This will require a change in the Style Guide and the wording might change.
3. Add a note somewhere about how we’re not teaching PHP PHP (recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely-used open source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. http://php.net/manual/en/intro-whatis.php. here in this particular plan
@aimeegc will do 1 and 3. @bethsoderberg might grab #2 unless someone else does first.
Updates from last week’s team call
@aimeegc is working on the content flow task and is working through the rabbit holes. We may discuss this in the next video call. @aimeegc will post in the blog on the training site.
Progress report on training Asset Inventory
@conradhallauthor reported: “As a newbie to the #training channel, I have made time to read a few of the posts from the team. The meeting recaps have been quite helpful. If you think of the training site and team in terms of a house, it’s essential to know the existing structure before exploring what’s in each room.
After you know the structure and room contents, you can start thinking about what changes to make.
I have started building an outline for the container that will hold the inventory. I’m using the “hot mess” as my starting point. Which, by the way, seems less of a mess than it may feel to those very familiar with it.”
Do we want to do another call next week?
Yes. We will be using Zoom and it will be at the normal time.