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 +====== DIG Meeting Agenda - November 5, 2020 ======
  
 +This meeting will be held on the #evergreen channel on the Freenode IRC network (http://​evergreen-ils.org/​irc.php) beginning at **2pm EDT/ 11am PDT**. ​ Current and future DIG participants are encouraged to attend, and any interested members of the Evergreen Community are welcome as well.  For updates, notifications,​ and discussion please sign up for the [[http://​evergreen-ils.org/​listserv.php|Evergreen Documentation Discussion List]].  ​
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 +  - Introductions:​ paste "#info <​username>​ is <​name>​ <​affiliation>"​ to identify who you are and what organization,​ if any, you represent
 +  - Helpful Information:​ Documentation contributions and collaboration ​
 +    - Learn how to help at our [[evergreen-docs:​documentation_needs|Documentation Needs List]]
 +    - DIG roles [[https://​wiki.evergreen-ils.org/​doku.php?​id=evergreen-docs:​digparticipants|DIG Roles]]
 +  - Old and Ongoing Business: ​
 +    - Check-in
 +    - Previous Action Items (see below)
 +    - Hack-a-Way follow-up
 +    - Antora update
 +    - 
 +  - New Business:
 +    - 
 +    - 
 +  - Collaboration time
 +
 +===== Previous Action items =====
 +  - sandbergja will make a video for proof of concept in the Quick Starts section
 +  - dluch will update the style guide to reflect new header stuff
 +  - dluch will send a message to the docs list to ask for video documentation contributions to the community YouTube channel
 +  - DIG will participate in the fall Hack-a-Way and particularly focus on 3.6 docs
 +  - abneiman will update the wiki with new Antora info
evergreen-docs/dig_meetings/20201105-agenda.txt · Last modified: 2020/10/01 16:25 by dluchenbill

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