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Chapter (page)LinkSummarySections (Topics?, anchor links on chapter - I'd prefer to give these a separate line each - (monique) )Suggestions (by...)
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Handbookhttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/Intro of the handbook and some (non-saying) short intro's about the other parts of the handbookIntro, Foundations, Core, WordPress.org, PheripheralsI'd say refer in topics to what can be expected in the handbook. Text like 'pheripherals' is way to vague. (MD)
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About the teamhttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/about-the-team/This page gives a lot of answers to information about the team, how we communicate and the skeleton for our meeting agenda lives here.What is the team, how to get involved, communication, meeting structure (and subs)the subs of the meeting structure are a bit confusing in the topic list. I'd rather see this as an asset / one document. It now assumes that it's documentation. As well, repeating a title like 'how to get involved' without a link to the getting involved (in the design team!) doesn't add much value (MD)
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Team repshttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/about-the-team/team-reps/A subpage of About the team with the team reps listed-This info could easily live in a section on the about the team page (MD)
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Get involvedhttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/get-involved/This page doesn't give a lot of information but forwards a visitor to the subs (by text, no links or index)-
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First stepshttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/get-involved/first-steps/A sub of Get Involved, giving an overview on how to start contributing. Actually, it doesn't say how you contribute, but it tells you what you need to do before you can start contributingI know 'get involved' is used on a broader scale, but why not call this 'Contribute to WordPress'? Besides the fact that this page is NOT giving info how to contribute (MD).
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Giving feedbackhttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/get-involved/giving-feedback/Explanation / guidelines of how to give design feedback. This page is quite important and a good start, but not one you come across easily. I'd say link to the UI/UX tickets straight from this page instead of to https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ (already edited) (MD)
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Areas to contributehttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/get-involved/areas-contribute/This again is about giving feedback, but also about other ways to contribute. It also includes a short guide trac and how to modify a ticketcore trac design feedback, meta trac design feedback, core focuses, calls for designMeeting times from other teams are mentioned here, better to refer to the meeting schedule. Same goes for the trac guide, better to refer to the new trac guide that was designed by marketing.. Recently added Calls for design list is referring to Design trello board. This could use a little more detail. )"non wp-software related calls for design are stored on ...etc.). I'd suggest merging this page with the feedback page. I'd also like to find a section of examples of ways to contribute to WP design (like the trac ticket design, icons for plugins, php notification, a comment/feedback given). This would help clarify some processes. (MD)
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Leading a contributor day
https://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/get-involved/leading-a-contribution-day/
This page explains how you can lead a contributor daywhy, before the event, on the day, afterNot for newbies I'd say, it takes some confidence and more experience in contributing to do this. Maybe we need a section 'attending a contributor day' too? (MD)
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Resourceshttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/resources/This page now covers video's from various WordCamps on design. They are devided by topicUser research and testing, visual and interface design, accesibilty, design and inclusiion, open source and design, non-WordPress Events and COnferencesWe had a discussion in the meetings what should go under resources. We had discussions about resources, tools and assets. Michele Mizejewski has greatly improved this page by giving some context on the video's, but this part of the handbook definitely needs some love. It would be nice to extend it with templates, tools and other usefull stuff for working on WordPress, like pattern libraries, colours, etc. (MD)
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FAQhttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/faq/This page answers some questions about contributing to WP Design. The links on this page need a review, the questions themselves too. Are they relevant? Are these the questions we get asked a lot? I'd say questions like: 'where can I find a pattern library etc.' should be added here (MD)
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WordPress style guidehttps://make.wordpress.org/design/handbook/design-guide/Empty page
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