Slack Log for Meeting (Tuesday 07:00 UTC)
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Here is the meeting agenda we followed.
Introductions and Welcome
20 people attended this week’s meeting, either live or async: @webtechpooja @chetan_200891 @onlykawshar @amitpatelmd @pitamdey @askaryabbas @psykro @bsanevans @karthickmurugan @ronakganatra @piyushmultidots @piyopiyofox @sadmansakibnadvi @onealtr @rudlinkon @robinwpdeveloper @sagarladani @lada7042 @eboxnet @courtneypk
We welcomed 8 newcomers to the Training Team this week! @mahbubshovan @jeetsoni24 @rajinsharwar @minervainfotech @evenimous @karthickmurugan @nidhidhandhukiya @aseemtharzen
The following people have volunteered to take notes for the team.
Please let a team rep A Team Rep is a person who represents the Make WordPress team to the rest of the project, make sure issues are raised and addressed as needed, and coordinates cross-team efforts. know if you’d like to take notes, too!
2022 Year in review / Achievements
The team took some time to recognize our achievements from 2022. (See Training Team Goals for 2022 to see what those goals were.) Here are the achievements we listed:
Come join @angelasjin and @bsanevans on January 23rd to discover the Training Team’s shared values!
Faculty Program Update
You can find last month’s updates from Faculty members on December 2022 Faculty Meeting.
Check out the post above to understand the history and progress of the team’s desire to conduct a Needs Analysis. And if you haven’t taken the Individual Learner Survey yet, please do!
Bite-Sized Content on Learn
Conversations have started around creating 1 minute long videos on Learn. (Similar to TikTok videos, but about WordPress and hosted on Learn.) There is interest in collaborating with the Marketing Team on these, too. A blog post on the topic will come soon.
Change considered regarding the Settings icon in the editor sidebar A sidebar in WordPress is referred to a widget-ready area used by WordPress themes to display information that is not a part of the main content. It is not always a vertical column on the side. It can be a horizontal rectangle below or above the content area, footer, header, or any where in the theme.
Discussions are happening around the settings icon seen in the editor. Please contributed directly to this GitHub thread with your thoughts.
Two projects gave updates at this week’s meeting.
- Find the Content Localization Foundations project’s update on their project thread.
- The Training Team Onboarding Paths project members have a check in call next Monday. They should have draft onboarding documents ready for the team to review next week.
Should we move the Learn WordPress feed out of the
training Slack channel and into a new channel?
Each time a new piece of content is published on Learn WordPress, there is a notification in the training Slack channel. This was initially set up to notify team members of activity on the site when there wasn’t a lot of activity yet in the channel.
However, now that there is more activity in the Slack channel, and much more content getting published regularly, the idea was raised to remove these notices out of the
training channel and into its own new channel.
If you have thoughts about this, please comment below.
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