Attendants: Alec Mitchell, Chrissy Wainwright, David Bain, Eric Bréhault, Franco Pellegrini, Franco Pellegrini, Fred van Dijk, Fulvio Casali, Guido Stevens, Maik Derstappen, Nathan Van Gheem, Oz Nahum, Philip Bauer, Steve McMahon, Thomas Schorr, Tom Gross (that list is probably not correct since a hangout can only hold 10 people at a time...)
Currently we plan to have the follwing trainigs:
- Mastering Plone 5 Development
- Advanced Masterclass: Component Architecture
- Hacking Plone:
- Dexterity (2x)
- Diazo (2x)
- Mosaic (2x)
- Rapido (2x)
- Advanced Python
- Solr Search
- Deploying your Plone Website
- Configuring Plone
- Introduction to Plone (4x)
- Custom Workflows
- Plone 5 Theming
- Docs for Integrators
- Docs for Devs
- Make a Pyramid MicroBlog
- PyCharm Tutorial
- Large-Scale OpenStack Plone Deployments
New trainings since last meeting are:
- Advanced Python (Oz Tiram)
- Large-Scale OpenStack Plone Deployments (David Flanders)
- PyCharm Tutorial (Paul Everitt)
Time slots will be: 9am-1pm and 2pm-6pm
We have some classrooms at MIT. We have 2 rooms at a location within 15min by foot from MIT.
The "Learn PLone!" walk-in Training/Presentation will be a a different location downtown.
We currently have 21 Trainers:
- Alec Mitchell
- Calvin Hendryx-Parker
- Carlos de la Guardia
- Chrissy Wainwright
- David Bain
- David Flanders
- Eric Bréhault
- Fred van Dijk
- Fulvio Casali
- Jean Jordan
- Guido Stevens
- Maik Derstappen
- Nathan Van Gheem
- Oz Tiram
- Paul Everitt
- Philip Bauer
- Ramon Navarro Bosch
- Steve McMahon
- Sven Stack
- Thomas Schorr
- Tom Gross
Looking for trainers
We're still looking for people to do the following two trainings:
- Introduction to Plone (4x half-day)
Housing for trainers
We are currently booking a couple of places so we can house all trainers from 16.-23.10.2016 (Sunday to Sunday). We will have to share double-beds.
If you arrive earlier than Sunday or leave later than Sunday you'll have to make arrangements for these days yourself.
If you do not need housing since you have separate arrangements please send an email to me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Trainers need to buy their own conference-tickets (same as the conference-organizers).
- Write rst. Follow the Rest-Styleguide: http://docs.plone.org/about/rst-styleguide.html
- Add a new chapter to the repository at https://github.com/plone/training
- Use the features of the theme: https://training.plone.org/5/mastering_plone/about_mastering.html#using-the-documentation-for-a-training
- Write exercises! See https://training.plone.org/5/mastering_plone/about_mastering.html#exercises
- Work in a branch (e.g. https://github.com/plone/training/tree/ttw-training)
- Use semantic linefeeds. Do not break your sentences into half with newlines because you somehow think you should follow PEP8.
Setup for trainings
Eric Bréhault created the heroku-button to create instances for alle trainings that do not do filesystem-development:
Please contact Eric if you need additional addons for your training (so far theere is only plone.app.mosaic and rapido.plone).
I moved "Mastering Plone" in it's own directory (see https://github.com/plone/training/tree/master/mastering_plone) . Feel free to add your own training as a seperate directory as well (like Eric does with https://github.com/plone/training/tree/ttw-training). Please make pull-request when you merge complete trainings or whole chapters. If you only make fixes or small enhancements feel free to push directly to master.
Here are the notes from the last two meetings:
The next training-team meeting will be on 21. July at 20:00 CEST. See https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cb22jpah0ccg9hv0gv8v42bpffc