Re: feedback about IRC sessions
I haven't had time to respond to this email in full but I have
re-edited the Training Sessions page to (hopefully) be a little more
organised in informational structure and (equally hopefully) to make a
little more sense and read better in English.
On 8 March 2011 21:27, Henri Le Foll <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Sorry for the long reply.
> == The wiki ==
> First I have made a change in
> to update it with the information given by Francesca Ciceri.
> I also added the people in charge of the IRC organisation and the
> transcription of the log
> == The feed back ==
> Those sessions are great. We must try to have them for the long term.
> Personnaly I have difficulties to join the IRC meeting but I have read
> and used some very interesting tutorials.
> Even if there are not a lot of people during the IRC meeting, it is
> important spread the knowledge of the trainer and to have a tutorial in
> the wiki.
> I think one session per week is to much if there is a lot of things to
> learn and/or practice.
> == suggestions ==
> I have also several suggestions.
> === about organisation ==
> One DWTS (Debian Women Training Session) every two weeks should be fine.
> More people should organise the IRC session or work on the transcription
> if you are willing to do it more often. (or for the years to come)
> === about series ===
> I suggests other series.
> The purpose of these suggestions is to make it possible to anyone who
> helps Debian to volunteer to be a trainer.
> And that there could be several sessions about the same topic.
> So we could go a every time further and deeper.
> === about technical aspect ===
> 1. ** How -it- works in Debian ** the name of the serie about technical
> Which could be alternate with the other series.
> 2. ** Questions about ... ** : new name for ** Ask the ...**
> a questions and answers serie.
> 3. ** HowToDoIt ** : is also a good name for a serie.
> === about organisation and teams ===
> 3. ** My tasks in debian as ** : new name for ** Ask the ...**
> not only questions and answers
> 4. ** Ask the lady about ** name of a new serie which would be the same
> as **ask the**
> but just for women. To promote Women in Debian ...
> 5. ** You can help us with THIS ** could be an other name for a serie.
> If a team is in lack of man power and there is a very special thing
> some people can do
> to help and so he can explain how
> 6. I have the feeling that ** One day with (a team) ** could be an
> to the work of the team.
> For exemple about i18n you could ask for someone do a ** One day with (a
> team) **
> then do a few "ask the lady about translation" and/or **my task in
> debian as translator for www.d.o**
> and/or ** How PO files works in Debian **
> and finaly ** My tasks in Debian as translation coordinator**
> So we could begin now a series about i18n even if Christian doesn't
> have time for this yet.
> If you have other ideas of series don't hesitate to share them.
> == conclusion ==
> We could perhaps go the the team devel mailing lists and ask if there
> are volunteers to be trainers.
> if DWTS happens every two weeks, we will have 50 of them for Wheezy.
> I hope there will be DWTS in the near futur even ever after, and beyond
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