Slack Log for APAC Office Hour (Tuesday 07:00 UTC)
Slack Log for AMER/EMEA Meeting (Tuesday 17:00 UTC)
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The meeting agenda.
Introductions and Welcome
Attendees Team meeting (EMEA/AMER): @chetan200891, @courane01, @eboxnet, @caraya, @chrismkindred, @vanpariyar, @robinwpdeveloper, @pitamdey, @lada7042, @sagarladani, @margheweb, @azhiyadev, @arasae, @onealtr, @piyopiyofox, @webtechpooja, @amitpatelmd, @piyushmultidots, @bsanevans
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Faculty Members Update
As a reminder, faculty meetings have moved to async and will be published as a post with a window for commenting.
November 2022 Faculty Meeting
Training Team Badges
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Awarding of profile badges: There will be a monthly review of contributions, and badges will be awarded at that time. A list of the new profile badges awarded will then be posted on https://make.wordpress.org/training/. If you feel you have earned the badge but were not listed, please comment on that month’s blog post and include your WordPress.org username.
Team Goal Setting
It’s time to consider what the training team hopes to accomplish in 2023. Last year we met over 3 different sessions to plan out this year. Training Team Goals for 2022 reflect that plan.
However, we definitely didn’t achieve all of those goals. Should we continue them for next year?
I met recently with @angelasjin, who has offered to hold a team vision-setting meeting, and from that, we can launch into the following year’s goals. I’ll work with Angela to plan that first part of the meeting, along with a survey for the best times we can meet via Zoom as a team to do this.
Tutorial – Padding Versus Margin
Request for review
Tutorial – Call to Action
Request for comments
- Newly drafted handbook pages for 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/ Process Updates soon to be published – link to the Google doc is on Slack
- When we create titles for Tutorials, Lesson Plans, and Online Workshops, should they be in sentence case or title case? (@west7)
- Please reach out to @bsanevans if you’re interested in making new onboarding handbook pages for the Training Team.
- Do we want to update our GitHub views to match the kanban board columns? (See Slack conversation)
We have additional coffee hours starting for Eastern APAC Fridays at 04:00 UTC from Dec 2nd.
Are Online Workshop co-hosting opportunities and Content Error Issues a good first issue for Contributors to work on?
Resurfacing this here:
Feedback request: I’m working on 6.X updates to existing lesson plans, and I’m struggling with content organization. If someone is going through the lesson plan sequentially, it makes sense to incorporate it sequentially with the existing content. However, if people are planning an update to the content they’ve already created, it would make more sense to put it in a separate section at the bottom of the document,
What do you think is best?
We’ve had the content usually updated right in line (sequentially). We’re starting to wrap our heads around coordinating w/ #docs to have a changelog at the bottom of the file and a way to toggle to earlier versions of WP
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