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(This meeting was in the Americas/EMEA timezone on Tuesday at 16:00 UTC and hosted by @webtechpooja.)
1. Introductions and Welcome
There are 14 attendees, either live or async:
@bsanevans, @Chetan200891, @Webtechpooja, @faguni22, @meaganhanes, @eboxnet, @lada7042, @boogah, @dhanendran, @prashantbhivsane, @nomadskateboarding, @askdesign, @chaion07, @onealtr.
Welcome to the team (Slack usernames): @Prashant, @Sam Suresh, @Pratiksha.
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We received feedback in Github issue – 158021 asking why we don’t show publication dates on the content, such as https://learn.wordpress.org/tutorial/creating-a-front-page-for-a-block-theme/. Showing a publication date may help learners identify new/fresh content easier. We wanted to open the idea up for discussion.
What pros/cons do folks see with adding publication dates to content?
Over the course of 5 months, 28 volunteers created 36 pieces of localized content across 10 locales. Additionally, volunteers translated some of the Training Team’s handbook pages related to content translation into 5 locales. Thanks to those who are involved with this project
Context: in a recent Faculty survey, we received feedback that SMEs aren’t clear on how they can effectively contribute to the Training Team. In particular, the current “Topic Ideas” column in the Content Development project board has over 140 items, making it difficult for SMEs to identify which items fall under their areas of expertise.
And additionally, the recently concluded Content Localization Foundations project received feedback that it is difficult for Content Translators to track translation items in 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/ also.
So we thought to create two new Projects boards for more clarity.
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@webtechpooja also noted that,
I am out on next week May 16th to May 18th, I will be travelling at the time of our next week coffee hour. Is there anyone who would like to volunteer for next week coffee hour?
In the context of it, @meaganhanes replied,
I’ll take May 16th EMEA/ AMER and May 23 if no one else volunteers
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@bsanevans merged 6.1 and 6.2 issues to create a “Recent releases” view in the content development GitHub project board: https://github.com/orgs/WordPress/projects/33/views/10
- Let’s remember to speak slowly and insert pauses when publishing video content. (Raised by Gudrun in this Slack message.)
Content published in the last week
@abhanonstopnewsuk and @westnz, I would appreciate any update on this report. Thanks
Any update @amitpatelmd you would like to share with the team? Thanks
If you have topics you’d liked discussed in the meeting, please go ahead; this is the time you can discuss anything.
@meaganhanes shares that she would love to have a review of our Certifications / Learning Plan ideas. And will add any make notes she finds in this thread, but if others know of them, they’re requested to add them!
@webtechpooja agreed with it and shares that ‘if you can write a proposal post on our p2 blog’.
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