Recap of June 23, 2015 Meeting

Slack log (Requires SlackSlack Slack is a Collaborative Group Chat Platform The WordPress community has its own Slack Channel at login to view. Set one up if you don’t have a Slack account)

  1. Hello and recap of last meeting
  2. Lesson plans status and questions
    • Team reports work in progress
  3. Testing status and questions
    • Seeking suggestions for finding venues
      • Library
      • Chamber of Commerce
      • Cowork spaces
      • Colleges
  4. Questions on new team roles
    • Welcome Wagon DM script
    • @courtneyengle Create a script for WordCampWordCamp WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress. They're one of the places where the WordPress community comes together to teach one another what they’ve learned throughout the year and share the joy. Learn more. Point of Contacts
  5. Slides – @courtneyengle will migrate Training Slides PSDs to Google Slides templates and report back next week

#procedures, #roles, #slides, #testing

Recap of June 16, 2015

Slack Log

#procedures, #roles, #slides

Agenda for June 2, 2015

Slack Log

#procedures, #roles

Recap of May 26th Meeting

Slack Log

  • Lesson Plan Updates
  • Reviewed List of Roles
    • @liljimmi wants to continue answering Support Flow tix and setting up new Authors
    • @bethsoderberg would like to keep handling the style guide, but start sharing copy editing duties
  • Slides
    • initial discussion and review of the designs requesting a slide plugin from the Meta team to integrate with the site and the Handbook
  • Volunteer for role(s) extended

#roles, #slides

Recap of May 19, 2015

Slack Log

Overview of last week

Lesson Plan (LP) review

Evolving team priorities and needs

  • Roles we have or need (current person)
  • Priorities of the team in order
    • Fully test all of the finished LPs
      • slides
      • standardizing length/ease of use
      • make edits across all LPs as testing results come in
      • tightening feedback loopLoop The Loop is PHP code used by WordPress to display posts. Using The Loop, WordPress processes each post to be displayed on the current page, and formats it according to how it matches specified criteria within The Loop tags. Any HTML or PHP code in the Loop will be processed on each post.
    • Make new LPs

Planned actions + timeline

  • Next Meeting
    • Slides (review history + progress next meeting)
    • Page discussing teaching challenges (Yay/Nay? next meeting)
    • Come up with ideas to make testing possible (discuss next week)
  • Immediate 
    • Volunteer for role(s) (via blog all week)
      • Add time it took to the testing questionnaire (not a role, but need volunteer)
    • DM Tracy/Courtney about Lead (via SlackSlack Slack is a Collaborative Group Chat Platform The WordPress community has its own Slack Channel at all week)
    • Decide on time to discuss Nigeria and WC
      • Probably Monday 1700UTC (alternate suggestions in Slack please)
      • Talk to outreach about this on Thursday (need volunteer)

#procedures, #roles

Agenda for May 19, 2015

Continuing thread about team priorities/issues. Below is a possible way to tackle the topics still on the table:

  1. Hello + recap of last meeting
  2. Quick review of in progress Lesson Plans and Testing
  3. Evolving team priorities and needs
    1. What roles do we currently have? Who fills them?
    2. What are the team needs to progress? Prioritize.
    3. Do these new needs need people assigned to them?
  4. Actionable items divided by time
    1. By next week?
    2. By next month?
    3. TBD?