Classroom Sessions for Saucy -- calling all instructors!

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at
Tue May 21 22:13:00 UTC 2013

Ahh, the new cycle and all of it's scheduling! Hang in there, this is 
the last we have to discuss of scheduling for awhile I hope. We as a 
team would like to host classroom sessions again this cycle. What's a 
classroom session? Simply put a classroom session is a learning event 
where you can get hands-on instruction over IRC and/or video on a 
variety of topics relevant to quality. The classes are taught by members 
of the community in order to strength and encourage everyone to branch 
out, try something new, learn and contribute.

Check out the links below for more information:

So, with that in mind, this is an open call for instructors for the 
sessions. Please consider sharing some knowledge and hosting a session. 
If it helps, grab a buddy and have them co-host it with you. The 
classroom sessions have been copied over from last cycle to the 'saucy' 
page. Please just add your name on the wiki page, and feel free to 
discuss in this thread. Please feel free to add any session you wish -- 
bugs were an especially hot topic I'm sure many amongst the community 
would love to learn more about (eg, how to file offline bugs and other 
'exotic' bug issues).

For reference, the raring classroom sessions:

For those of you hoping to attend a session, we'll look to start the 
first sessions during the month of June, so hang tight!


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