Slack Log for APAC Meeting (Tuesday 07:00 UTC)
Slack Log for AMER/EMEA Office Hour (Tuesday 17:00 UTC)
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The meeting agenda.
Introductions and Welcome
Attendees Office hour (EMEA/AMER):@lada7042, @webtechpooja, @couraen01
Attendees Team meeting (APAC): @ashiquzzaman, @thisisyeasin, @piyushmultidots, @sinarhadiwijaya, @Tahmid ul Karim, @pitamdey, @sagarladani, @onealtr, @robinwpdeveloper, @amitpatelmd, @askaryabbas, @bsanevans, @hderashri, @lada7042, @couraen01, @fikekomala, @eboxnet, @webtechpooja
Welcome to the team (Slack usernames): Ritesh, @Arnau Serra, @Tanvir
Meeting Note Takers
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- December 6 – @Destiny
- December 13 – @amitpatelmd
- December 20 – @pitamdey
- December 27 – No Meeting (as most of our regular attendees and faculty members will be on holiday so its better to skip the meeting.)
Faculty Members Update
November 2022 Faculty Meeting month’s async faculty meeting post is open for comments until tomorrow. If you haven’t shared your thoughts, please do so by the end of the month.
If you haven’t taken it yet. Please fill it out, share and promote it on social media, and ask others to take it.
If you want to nominate someone or yourself, please do so. This will open until December 2, 2022. We will review the nominations at our team meeting on December 6, 2022, and organize a poll to select the Team Reps.
The poll will be open until December 16, 2022. and will announce our new team Reps on December 20, 2022, during a team meeting
Badges awarded to @Robin and @Ben Evans and @Harshit Derashree
Update With the feedback received last week, and the design team worked on a second iteration in Figma. Please do so if you haven’t given us your feedback in this file.
Team Goal Setting
It’s time to consider what the training team hopes to accomplish in 2023. Last year we met over three different sessions to plan out this year. Training Team Goals for 2022 reflect that plan.
However, we didn’t achieve all of those goals. Should we continue them for next year?
Courtney met with Angela, who has offered to hold a team vision-setting meeting, and from that, we can launch into the following year’s goals. Courtney will work with Angela to plan that first part of the meeting, along with a survey for the best times we can meet via Zoom to do this.
Update on Coffee hour –
- December 23 and 30, no coffee hour on (EMEA/AMER timezone)
- Eastern APAC Coffee Hour Fridays at 04:00 UTC from Dec 2nd.
two sets of “alternate” or “dark” colors have been finalized
@Jonathan is working on it and asking Where we need to add this in the handbook? (Note: This slack thread will remove you from this meeting flow. So please keep that in mind before checking it.)
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Here is the update on the GitHub project.
- Using GitHub
- Submission and Vetting
- Reviewing Tutorial Submissions
- How to Submit a Lesson Plan Idea
- Tutorial – Develop Your First Low-Code Block Block is the abstract term used to describe units of markup that, composed together, form the content or layout of a webpage using the WordPress editor. The idea combines concepts of what in the past may have achieved with shortcodes, custom HTML, and embed discovery into a single consistent API and user experience. Theme Module#3
- Modules 1 and 2 are published here. You’ll notice modules #3, 4, and 5 are in draft form.
Request for comments
- Please contact @bsanevans if you’re interested in making new onboarding handbook pages for the Training Team.
- Can we update our GitHub views to match the Kanban board columns? (See Slack conversation)
So a bit of information for you before we kick off. We continued working on the 6.1 sprint last month. Here are some vital stats.
Next Up – You Can Help. We still have the following number of lesson plans and workshops that have not been assigned to anyone.
- Lesson Plans -3
Drafts in progress (the following number have been claimed by contributors but are still in draft)
- Lesson Plans –
- Tutorial -4
- Courses: 0
Review in Progress (these could potentially be published this month, subject to review)
- Lesson Plans: 1
- Tutorial – 2
Published (these have been published)
- Tutorial: 5
- Lesson Plan: 4
@webtechpooja said that :
Are Online Workshop co-hosting opportunities and Content Error Issues a good first issue for Contributors to work on?
That thread started on EMEA meeting too. I am opening again if anyone would like to share anything on this.
@amitpatelmd commented on this :
Yes definitely one of the following to Start with
- Content error issues.
- Translation help.
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