Recap for Training Team Meeting October 5, 2021

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Introductions and Welcome

In attendance: @azhiyadev @courane01 @arasae @rkohilakis @onealtr @yoga1103 @alexstine @peteringersoll @webtechpooja

In attendance async: @tantienhime

Welcome to the following:

News

  1. Welcome and Support Flow Wranglers – we are looking for team members interested in managing account access to Learn/Training team sites, and answering any questions for new people. This could also include helping new team members draft meeting recaps, pointing them to specific content in the handbook, and more. We’d really like help with this area.
  2. PROPOSAL: Learner achievements on profiles – please continue to share and provide comments if you haven’t had a chance yet. The proposal is to enable learners to demonstrate what they have learnt on Learn. We’d love to get feedback from employers who may look at .org profiles when considering employment.
  3. A Dedicated Volunteer Program for the Training Team – this is similar to #community-team deputies, but specific to the needs of Training/Learn. We’d love to get your feedback on this.
  4. PROPOSAL: Ensuring high-quality video contributions to Learn WordPress – content on Learn needs to be of high quality, but this must not be a blocker to people contributing. We’d love to get your feedback on what can be done about this.
  5. Wordsmith work session – Marketing inquired on our request to consider terminology. This can include what we name “a series of courses” or Training’s request to maintain vetting workshop and course creators within the team. This will happen tomorrow in the #marketing channel at 14UTC/10EDT with a Google doc collaboration session. We will conduct this session after their weekly marketing team meeting.
  6. Contributor working session – In conjunction with the #Marketing team, Yoast’s contributors will assist preparing social media posts regarding the content on Learn. This is an open invite for all contributors. We have also requested support for SEO planning around content on Learn. October 8, 8am UTC.  A big thanks to @yvettesonneveld for collaborating with us on this.

Sprint

Progress

The following workshops have now been published:

Thanks to @rkohilakis and @west7.

@azhiyadev has incorporated turning existing lesson plans into workshops into our October Sprint.

October Sprint

  1. Learn Content
    1. Trello Board – Lesson Plan, Workshop, and Course Ideas? The cards on this list are in need of a contributor. Folks interested in just writing objective statements might want to write all those objective statements.  Another person may want to go find all the relevant docs articles. Someone else might want to go find the keywords they’d suggest using for the topic. When preliminary research/info gathering is done, we write lesson plans.  The remainder is usually finished up by a single person per plan, but not exclusively.
    2. Trello Board – Next Up Can You Help? The lesson plans in this list are ready to be drafted – Site Backup.
    3. Trello Board – Ready for Final Review? Getting Started with WordPress If anyone has feedback for @arasae please add it to the TrelloTrello Project management system using the concepts of boards and cards to organize tasks in a sane way. This is what the make.wordpress.com/marketing team uses for example: https://trello.com/b/8UGHVBu8/wp-marketing. card.
      1. @courane01 suggested having a rough set of questions for us to use when reviewing courses.
    4. Courses on Learn
      1. @azhiyadev has noticed a few courses have been published on Learn, the training team is not aware of these.
      2. @arasae mentioned that the courses have been there but not featured since December 2020. They’re a string of video workshops.
      3. @hughlashbrooke mentioend that “there are also other courses in the dashboard that are published, but don’t show up on the frontend. There are two reasons for this, depending on the course:
        1. The course is in a public betaBeta A pre-release of software that is given out to a large group of users to trial under real conditions. Beta versions have gone through alpha testing in-house and are generally fairly close in look, feel and function to the final product; however, design changes often occur as part of the process. phase where it is being tested out before being formally published. This is currently true of the Polyglots training, incident reporting, and getting started with WordPress.
        2. The course exists purely to house the quizzes – this is a ‘hack’ of sorts due to Sensei’s requirement that all quizzes exist within a course otherwise no one will be able to complete the quiz. I have some thoughts about how we could refine that!”
      4. @hughlashbroooke said, “the reason only some published courses show up on the frontend is that it is set to only show the ones that are marked as ‘featured’. That’s just the tool we’re using to make sure we can hold some courses in public beta and have others be properly live.”
  2. Learn Functionality
    1. As discussed at the last meeting, Learn Functionality now includes the list of open Learn issues on GitHubGitHub GitHub is a website that offers online implementation of git repositories that can 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/. If you are interested in helping out then please let us know in Slack.
  3. Sprint Management
    1. The team discussed finding a new way to monitor the work being done and functionality issues on Learn. However, our highest priority at the moment is shipping and new contributors are now familiar with using Slack and Trello. The team decided to focus on shipping and come back to management at a later date.

Open Discussions

A big thanks again to those that participated in WP Translation Day.


Upcoming Meetings

You are welcome to join the team at any time! If you are new to the Training Team, please introduce yourself in the #training channel before the meeting (or anytime!) and feel free to join us in the meeting and participate as you are able.


Training Team Mission

The WordPress training team helps people learn to use, extend, and contribute to WordPress through synchronous and asynchronous learning as well as downloadable lesson plans for instructors to use in live environments, via learn.wordpress.org.

Getting Involved

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Team Links

  1. Getting Involved:- https://make.wordpress.org/training/handbook/getting-started/
  2. About The Team:- https://make.wordpress.org/training/handbook/about/ 
  3. Our Team Blog:- https://make.wordpress.org/training/ 
  4. Our Content Roadmap:- https://trello.com/b/BsfzszRM/wordpress-training-team-lesson-plan-development 
  5. What We Are Currently Working On This Month:- https://make.wordpress.org/training/category/sprint/
  6. Learn WordPress Roadmap:- https://trello.com/b/rK1tztAA/learn-wordpress 
  7. Learn WordPress Issues Log:- https://github.com/WordPress/learn
  8. Our Lesson Plans:- https://learn.wordpress.org/lesson-plans/
  9. Our YouTube Channel:- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnxqNA0WORZXWurEP6cNV6w 
  10. Learn Website:- https://learn.wordpress.org/

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Learn WordPress Workshop Review Ridealong

A few weeks ago, @courane01 and @webtechpooja shared an idea to host a session where contributors – or potential contributors – could shadow Community team and Learn WordPress contributors in reviewing and vetting workshop submissions. Let’s make that idea happen!

Currently, when someone submits a workshop idea to Learn WordPress, they fill out the workshop presenter application. That application is then reviewed according to the same guidelines that the Community team has developed for WordPress and meetupMeetup All local/regional gatherings that are officially a part of the WordPress world but are not WordCamps are organized through https://www.meetup.com/. A meetup is typically a chance for local WordPress users to get together and share new ideas and seek help from one another. Searching for ‘WordPress’ on meetup.com will help you find options in your area. group applicants. So far, Community deputies vet most workshops – but others are welcome to learn and contribute as well.


On Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at 12:00UTC, we’ll host a Workshop Review Ridealong via Zoom in the #training channel to review a sample workshop submission together. If you’d like to attend, please add a comment to this post!


This ridealong will be an opportunity for Training and Community team members to observe the review process, express interest in helping to review workshops themselves, and also look for opportunities to help improve our documentation to make sure the expectations and standards are clear for anyone who wants to contribute! We’ll also go over next steps and requirements for folks who would like to help vet Learn WordPress workshop submissions after joining.

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Learn WordPress Working Group agenda – April 15, 2021 (19:00 UTC)

The Learn WordPress Working Group will hold its next meeting Thursday, April 15, 2021 19:00 UTC. The meeting will take place in the #training channel in the Making WordPress Slack.

If there’s anything else you would like to see added to the agenda, if you’re interested in helping to co-facilitate, or if you’d like to take notes for this meeting, please add a note in the comments.


As a reminder, the Learn WordPress Working Group is a Community and Training cross-team working group that helps to organize discussion groups, review workshop content, and develop improvements to the Learn WordPress website.

New contributors are always welcome! If you’re interested in getting involved, please introduce yourself in the #training team channel or join us for the meeting.

#learnwg

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Improving the Learn WordPress Working Group meetings

It’s been about four months since the Learn WordPress Working Group started meeting at its current frequency and schedule. Immediately after launch, the meetings were very active as we navigated new ideas and brainstorms for Learn’s next steps.

I have the impression that the meetings have been a bit quieter since we’ve started moving from that initial brainstorming phase into planning for and working on many of those ideas. With that in mind, I have two small requests to make to help improve these meetings.

Fill out the Doodle poll for new meeting times

I think it’s a good time for us to revisit our current meeting times – especially since I know there are some other meetings that either overlap or happen right around the same time as the Learn WordPress Working Group meetings. 

Fill out the Doodle

Let’s aim to keep this poll open until Tuesday, April 20th. This gives us enough time to share a reminder in the next Learn WordPress Working Group meeting on April 15, 2021 at 19:00 UTC, as well as sharing a reminder in upcoming Training team and Community team meetings. 

I’ll share the top two times that cover the most timezones by the end of the day that Tuesday so folks can put the meeting into their calendars as soon as possible.

Revisit the format of our current meetings

Currently, the Learn WordPress Working Group meetings typically follow this format:

  • Team check-ins
  • Updates (i.e. announcements or new workshops published)
  • Discussion items
  • Open floor

I’m wondering how others feel about this structure and what’s currently included in the meetings. In particular, it would be helpful to know:

  • How do you feel about the current cadence, length, or format of the Learn WordPress Working Group meetings?
  • What is missing from our current meetings? What is working well?
  • What would make these meetings more meaningful or impactful for you?

In addition to any of the questions shared, please feel welcome to include any others that you feel might be missing.

As always, if you’re interested in helping to facilitate or plan these meetings – or are simply interested in attending – please do share in the comments or reach out in the Training Slack channel!

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Learn WordPress Working Group recap – April 1, 2021

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The agenda for the meeting can be found here.

Attendance: @azhiyadev, @webtechpooja, @meher, @courane01, @onealtr, @ashiquzzaman, @evarlese

Upcoming meetings

Meeting recap

General updates

Feedback requested

  • @nao shared a recap of the current workshop vetting process and some suggestions for improvement.
  • There’s also a post to review and add new suggestions to the workshop Content Wishlist.
  • Using a form that populates the spreadsheet may make it easier for folks to add new ideas to the Content Wishlist.
  • Suggesting distinct workshop topics – and recording each topic separately – will help with updating videos in the future, especially for keeping the UXUX UX is an acronym for User Experience - the way the user uses the UI. Think ‘what they are doing’ and less about how they do it. up-to-date in screen recordings.
  • TrelloTrello Project management system using the concepts of boards and cards to organize tasks in a sane way. This is what the make.wordpress.com/marketing team uses for example: https://trello.com/b/8UGHVBu8/wp-marketing. is a good option for tracking updates to workshops that are in progress.
  • Using a posts or pages to track, as well, may be more accessible since it doesn’t require a new tool.

Contributor roles

  • From the March 2021 sprint Team Functionality Goals, @courane01, @azhiyadev, @evarlese, and @andreamiddleton have drafted a contributor ladder that includes contributor roles for the Training team and the Learn WordPress Working Group (based on Observations on WordPress Contributor Team Structure).
  • Those will be included in both the Training and Learn WordPress team Handbooks.
  • Identifying team roles also helps to identify access and permissions needed for any custom user roles for the Learn WordPress site.
  • Part of identifying custom user roles is to try to identify ways to acknowledge contributions, i.e. badges – especially if some of these can be automated.
  • For next steps, @azhiyadev and @evarlese are going to work on a proposal to scope user roles and permissions based on the team roles.

Open discussion

  • @courane01 shared an overview of work she’s been doing to scope WordPress developer education, including programming languages and familiarity.
  • She’s working towards formatting it into a flowchat/map in the future that can be used as a resource by the Training team and others.

If there’s anything else you would like to see added to the notes, if you’d like to volunteer for or have thoughts on any of the action items, or if you’re interested in helping to facilitate or take notes for future meetings, please add a note in the comments or ask any questions in the Slack channel!


As a reminder, the Learn WordPress Working Group is a Community and Training cross-team working group that helps to organize discussion groups, review workshop content, and develop improvements to the Learn WordPress website.

New contributors are always welcome! If you’re interested in getting involved, check out the Learn WordPress Get Involved page, introduce yourself in the #training team channel, or join one of the upcoming working group meetings.

#learnwg

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Learn WordPress Working Group agenda – April 1st, 2021 (15:00 UTC)

The Learn WordPress Working Group will hold its next meeting Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 15:00UTC. The meeting will take place in the #training channel in the Making WordPress Slack.

If there’s anything else you would like to see added to the agenda, if you’re interested in helping to co-facilitate, or if you’d like to take notes for this meeting, please add a note in the comments.


As a reminder, the Learn WordPress Working Group is a Community and Training cross-team working group that helps to organize discussion groups, review workshop content, and develop improvements to the Learn WordPress website.

New contributors are always welcome! If you’re interested in getting involved, please introduce yourself in the #training team channel or join us for the meeting.

#learnwg

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Learn Workshops: Revisiting the content wishlist

As part of the beta launch for Learn WordPress, the Learn WordPress Working Group compiled a number of ideas for workshops/videos and course content on the Learn siteLearn site The Training Team publishes its completed lesson plans at https://learn.wordpress.org/ which is often referred to as the "Learn" site..

It’s been a while since we re-visited this list and many topics in the wishlist have already been incorporated into workshops. Likewise, I know I have personally received workshop ideas or requests from discussion group attendees looking to grow in a specific area of their WordPress skills. I imagine I’m not the only one!

Having a wishlist of workshop items – and, potentially, courses – can also help new contributors get involved. A clear list of content needs and wants for Learn WordPress workshops acts as a list of actionable items for folks to get involved more easily.

With that in mind, I’d like to propose two actions:

  • Review the Content Wishlist tab in this Google spreadsheet. What other ideas can, or should, be added to this list? Is there anything that should be removed, i.e. because it’s covered by another resource on the site? One thing I’ve noticed in particular is that we have a lot of “Beginner” content but not a lot of “Intermediate” or “Advanced” content on the list. New ideas there may help to encourage a wider variety of workshops.
  • Re-visit the existing format. Is the Google spreadsheet helpful, or is there a more visible format we can switch to? For example, a highlighted P2P2 P2 or O2 is the term people use to refer to the Make WordPress blog. It can be found at https://make.wordpress.org/. post, TrelloTrello Project management system using the concepts of boards and cards to organize tasks in a sane way. This is what the make.wordpress.com/marketing team uses for example: https://trello.com/b/8UGHVBu8/wp-marketing., a Google spreadsheet with a link in the Training blog sidebarSidebar 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.. Likewise, it might be useful to include prioritization or categorization to help sort workshop ideas.

I see many benefits to keeping these calls for ideas open on a rolling basis, so anyone can add suggestions at any point. With that in mind, feel free to add workshop ideas directly into the Content Wishlist tab and/or leave a comment on this post with input, suggestions, or feedback on the format or any other related ideas.

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Learn WordPress Working Group recap – March 18, 2021

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Agenda for the meeting.

Upcoming meetings

Meeting recap

Tuesday Training: Live session about Learn WordPress

  • Earlier this week, @courane01, @azhiyadev, and @evarlese participated in a Community team discussion organized by @harishanker.
  • The discussion focused on what Learn WordPress is and how resources available on Learn can benefit MeetupMeetup All local/regional gatherings that are officially a part of the WordPress world but are not WordCamps are organized through https://www.meetup.com/. A meetup is typically a chance for local WordPress users to get together and share new ideas and seek help from one another. Searching for ‘WordPress’ on meetup.com will help you find options in your area. organizers.
  • @courane01 found it helpful to talk through all of the different possibilities when coming up with ideas to talk about (i.e. using lesson plans, viewing a workshop video together, etc.)
  • You can see a recording of the discussion in the original post here.
  • @evarlese mentioned potentially including the video in the Learn WordPress Handbook as an ongoing resource to refer to, as well.

Learn WordPress Handbook

  • @camikaos published the Learn WordPress Handbook a few weeks ago after hosting a sprint to collaborate on the documentation.
  • The most helpful way to contribute right now is to review the Handbook for any pages or documentation that may be missing or if there is anything that could be more clear.
  • @azhiyadev is also working on the Training Handbook. The Training Handbook focuses on the operations of the Training team and the Learn WordPress Handbook focuses on how to use Learn WordPress.
  • @evarlese suggested a few potential pages that we could add, including how to add a quiz, how to come up with ideas for workshops, and how to find co-collaborators or co-presenters.
  • New volunteers and contributions are still welcome to help with any of these items!
  • Once both Handbooks are more complete, we may want to check for places to cross-reference useful materials from both.

Learn WordPress functionality roadmap

  • There’s been some progress on the Learn WordPress roadmap we track in Trello, including that the RevisionsRevisions The WordPress revisions system stores a record of each saved draft or published update. The revision system allows you to see what changes were made in each revision by dragging a slider (or using the Next/Previous buttons). The display indicates what has changed in each revision. pluginPlugin A plugin is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a WordPress website. They can extend functionality or add new features to your WordPress websites. WordPress plugins are written in the PHP programming language and integrate seamlessly with WordPress. These can be free in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory https://wordpress.org/plugins/ or can be cost-based plugin from a third-party is now active on both the Training team blog and Learn WordPress 🎉
  • This tool allows for setting up scheduled updates to posts, i.e. to align an update to a lesson plan or workshop with a WordPress coreCore Core is the set of software required to run WordPress. The Core Development Team builds WordPress. release.
  • It is still in betaBeta A pre-release of software that is given out to a large group of users to trial under real conditions. Beta versions have gone through alpha testing in-house and are generally fairly close in look, feel and function to the final product; however, design changes often occur as part of the process., so people are welcome to test and add feedback.
  • @courane01 mentioned having some ideas around extending functionality to an audit tool (for keeping content up-to-date) and @azhiyadev offered to help by taking notes on a call to talk through those ideas.
  • @andreamiddleton also shared an update on work she’s been doing to build a contributor ladder along with the Training team reps.
  • She shared the draft contributor ladder (in the #training channel), which is based on the Observations on WordPress Contributor Team Structure post.
  • Once finished, these team roles will live in both the Learn WordPress and Training Handbooks, and will also help the team to scope out badges/acknowledging contributions and user permissions.
  • For roles specific to the Learn WordPress Working Group, we talked about potentially linking those to related roles on the Training or Community teams, specifically for setting user access or permissions.

If there’s anything else you would like to see added to the notes, if you’d like to volunteer for or have thoughts on any of the action items, or if you’re interested in helping to facilitate or take notes for future meetings, please add a note in the comments or ask any questions in the Slack channel!


As a reminder, the Learn WordPress Working Group is a Community and Training cross-team working group that helps to organize discussion groups, review workshop content, and develop improvements to the Learn WordPress website.

New contributors are always welcome! If you’re interested in getting involved, check out the Learn WordPress Get Involved page, introduce yourself in the #training team channel, or join one of the upcoming working group meetings.

#learnwg

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Learn WordPress Working Group agenda – March 18, 2021 (19:00 UTC)

The Learn WordPress Working Group will hold its next meeting Thursday, March 18, 2021 19:00 UTC. The meeting will take place in the #training channel in the Making WordPress Slack.

If there’s anything else you would like to see added to the agenda, if you’re interested in helping to co-facilitate, or if you’d like to take notes for this meeting, please add a note in the comments.


As a reminder, the Learn WordPress Working Group is a Community and Training cross-team working group that helps to organize discussion groups, review workshop content, and develop improvements to the Learn WordPress website.

New contributors are always welcome! If you’re interested in getting involved, please introduce yourself in the #training team channel or join us for the meeting.

#learnwg

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Recap for Learn WordPress Working Group meeting – March 4, 2021

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Agenda for the meeting.

Attendees: @_dorsvenabili, @daisyo, @paaljoachim, @azhiyadev, @evarlese

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Meeting Recap

Check-in/Announcements

Learn WordPress Handbook

  • The first draft of the Learn WordPress Handbook is published!
  • This Handbook focuses on how to contribute workshops, courses, and discussion groups to Learn WordPress.
  • The current draft is based on the feedback and contributions from the recent Learn WordPress Handbook sprint.
  • For next steps, we still need contributors who can help with reviewing the Handbook, especially:
    • Checking for any typos, errors, or inconsistencies.
    • Highlighting any material that is missing or unclear.
  • The Training team is also working on updating the Training Handbook, which focuses on lesson plan development.
    • For volunteers interested in helping to review and update the Training Handbook, please share a message in the #training Slack channel for access to the shared Google Doc.

Slides Plugin

  • The Training team has been exploring a possible plugin to help add slides functionality to Learn WordPress for lesson plans since moving lesson plans over from GitHubGitHub GitHub is a website that offers online implementation of git repositories that can 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/.
  • For the Training team, this would provide an accessible, open-source tool to help the team continue to add new slides and resources to lesson plans.
  • Requiring the pluginPlugin A plugin is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a WordPress website. They can extend functionality or add new features to your WordPress websites. WordPress plugins are written in the PHP programming language and integrate seamlessly with WordPress. These can be free in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory https://wordpress.org/plugins/ or can be cost-based plugin from a third-party for workshop-related slides may act as a barrier to contribution, but it could be added as a resource in the Learn WordPress Handbook to help workshop presenters with selecting tools (similar to how tools for recording workshops are shared).

Training’s March 2021 Sprint

  • The Training team is exploring the use of sprints for planning and has published the plan for March 2021.
  • For the Learn WordPress Working Group, there’s overlap for both teams in the “Sprint Team Functionality Goals” and “Sprint Functionality of Learn Goals.”
  • @evarlese also added a meta-learn Roadmap to the Learn WordPress Trello.
    • The functionality in the list is based on ideas shared in our brainstorming sessions from the beginning of the year, with some helpful input on priority and estimates from folks in #meta-learn.
    • This should help the teams to use this TrelloTrello Project management system using the concepts of boards and cards to organize tasks in a sane way. This is what the make.wordpress.com/marketing team uses for example: https://trello.com/b/8UGHVBu8/wp-marketing. board as a canonical resource for feature and functionality requests for Learn WordPress.

New course proposal

  • @daisyo shared a course idea on building a blockBlock 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 and raised some questions about how best to approach submitting the idea, as the idea is to start with a lesson plan first, and later develop that into workshops.
  • For future course proposals, a proposal is to share/submit through the workshop application form and/or share with Training team members if there’s a lesson plan component.
  • For this course specifically, the goal is to write a recap, in the end, to highlight what works well and what’s needed in this process for future course proposals.

If there’s anything else you would like to see added to the notes, if you’d like to volunteer for or have thoughts on any of the action items, or if you’re interested in helping to facilitate or take notes for future meetings, please add a note in the comments or ask any questions in the Slack channel!


As a reminder, the Learn WordPress Working Group is a Community and Training cross-team working group that helps to organize discussion groups, review workshop content, and develop improvements to the Learn WordPress website.

New contributors are always welcome! If you’re interested in getting involved, check out the Learn WordPress Get Involved page, introduce yourself in the #training team channel, or join one of the upcoming working group meetings.

#learnwg

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