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(We have alternated our weekly team meetings according to the timezone. This week we are having the Team Meeting in the EMEA timezone, and a Coffee Hour was held in the APAC timezone at 7:00 UTC.)
Introductions and Welcome
There are 22 attendees, either live or async: @webtechpooja, @chetan200891, @eboxnet, @jdy68, @mujuonly, @nomadskateboarding, @caraya, @courane01, @afrin29, @boogah, @weblink, @courtneypk, @west7, @onealtr, @chaion07, @faguni22, @lada7042, @amitpatelmd, @bsanevans, @sierratr, @kartiks16, @thisisyeasin,
Welcome to the team (Slack usernames): @Rico, @nareshdevineni, @Kristin Aus, @Nick Kadutskyi @Bradley Mubenga, @SWICDEV,@Lycia Diaz
Meeting recap notes are one of the best ways to get started contributing to a team, and you can find details on how to write notes in this handbook page.
Looking for feedback
Do you have any thoughts on the proposed improvements to the Faculty program? Or perhaps you have additional ideas? Please leave any thoughts you have in the comments section of the post. (NOTE: Feedback is welcome from both Faculty and non-Faculty members)
Learning pathways are a structured sequence of educational experiences or courses that are designed to help individuals acquire knowledge and skills in a specific field or discipline. @courane01 is working on it. If you have any thoughts, Please do share your thoughts in the comments.
Jamie produces fantastic content for YouTube, and he’s looking for feedback about whether they’d be a good fit for Learn WordPress, too. Please check out the information in the following 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/ issue, and leave your thoughts as comments there: https://github.com/WordPress/Learn/issues/1439
Looking for volunteers
If you are interested in helping with this, please share your interest in this Slack thread.
- Discussion: How can we streamline the meeting agenda/recap posts? Reps have two ideas:
- Agenda in GitHub, recap on the blog
- Detailed agenda on the blog, and add notable discussions in the comments section.
Please share your thoughts in this Slack thread. Which of the two options do you think is better, and why? Or, do you have other suggestions too?
Until last week, at the end of each meeting, we had a section titled “Other projects” where we would ask project leads for an update. However, some projects move slower than others, and we don’t want to burden folks with excess notifications. The last week, we excluded the on-hold projects from the meeting agenda and add them back when they are resumed. You will find a note about these paused projects on the Team’s Administration GitHub board.
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A question was raised for step 5 of the subtitle translation and also explained nicely by faculty members. Also Introducing the Advanced Administration handbook was introduced by @webtechpooja
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