May I join to ask for help on the long dormant Learners’ Guidelines? The last status is that the way I phrase how to interact with coaches is not very generous / welcoming / inclusive towards the coaches, and I’d like some help from coaches to help me figure out how to phrase that.
I know this is really last-minute, so I don’t mind if I can’t join.
In particular they asked me whether I could forward that information to organisers of the Ruby Learners, the Python and Django User Group, and the learners meetup. So I will bluntly CC the organisers I know are involved. I think it would be great for as many of you to participate…
Workshop this Saturday. @bastianalbers is involved. @xMartin will try to stop by and raise the topic of being closer related to OTS
The CLJ Art Collective <3 recently developed into something rather like a Clojure/Clojurescript user group / co-learning, as @bettina reported. She will talk to them about joining OTS.
On Tuesday 8 December @vicy and @xMartin will meet with Refugees Emancipation (Eva Gehltomholt) about IT workshops for/with refugees.
Members appreciated joining OTS @skade will write blog post about it
Coaches/Learners Guides @bettina asked for some feedback on the coaches guidelines. Was a good short session. she wants to finish it this year.
11. Januar (maybe side-by-side with co-learnings @chiara will invite
Draft text to send around tomorrow, before people go to lunch :). Comments?
we usually don’t advertise other events to make this group focused on our actual events, but his one is special.
co.up, the space that often hosts many of our meetups, enables us to make them free for anyone without much effort. Being regular guests also means that we are the cause of some wear and tear there.
We’d like to give back and encourage everyone to participate in their coworking hackday, especially the floor improvement day on Sunday, December 13th. Let’s make co.up a space we love to spend our time in even more!