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evergreen-docs:dig_meetings:20190606-agenda [2019/05/31 16:02]
sandbergja adding info about quick starts
evergreen-docs:dig_meetings:20190606-agenda [2019/06/06 12:30] (current)
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   - Introductions:​ paste "#info <​username>​ is <​name>​ <​affiliation>"​ to identify who you are and what organization,​ if any, you represent   - Introductions:​ paste "#info <​username>​ is <​name>​ <​affiliation>"​ to identify who you are and what organization,​ if any, you represent
 +  - Old Business: Conference wrap-up
   - Documentation contributions and collaboration ​   - Documentation contributions and collaboration ​
     - Learn how to help at our [[evergreen-docs:​documentation_needs|Documentation Needs List]]     - Learn how to help at our [[evergreen-docs:​documentation_needs|Documentation Needs List]]
-  ​- Evergreen Quick Start documentation +    - DIG roles [[https://​wiki.evergreen-ils.org/​doku.php?​id=evergreen-docs:​digparticipants|DIG Roles]] 
-    - Asciidoc version proof-of-concept: [[http://​www.sandbox.lbcc.linnlibraries.org/​Evergreen/​docs/​quickstarts/​check_out.html|example]], [[https://​git.evergreen-ils.org/?​p=working/​Evergreen.git;​a=shortlog;​h=refs/​heads/​user/​sandbergja/​docs_quickstarts|git branch]]+  ​- Evergreen Quick Start documentation ​-- thoughts on platform? 
 +    - [[evergreen-docs:quickstarts|Background information]] 
 +    - [[http://​www.sandbox.lbcc.linnlibraries.org/​Evergreen/​docs/​quickstarts/​check_out.html|Proof of concept]] 
 +  ​Other Business 
 +  - Collaboration time 
  
            
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