Here’s a recap of our May 2022 newsletter:

[Lisbon Conference + Retreat Recap] The OpenCraft team flew to Lisbon, Portugal to attend a team retreat and participate in the 2022 Open edX Conference. All OpenCraft team members work remotely —  the Conference is always a great occasion for us to meet in person, to work together, and cram in a few team meals and fun activities. Our time at the Conference was preceded by a week-long team retreat around Lisbon, Portugal, where we spent quality time together! Read our blog post for a summary of our trip.


[Conference Session Recordings + Feedback] After a very successful 2022 Open edX Conference in Lisbon, all session recordings are available on Open edX’s Youtube channel — go watch them, and don’t hesitate to share any feedback or questions. 

Speaking of feedback, two items:

  • We’d love you to share your feedback on this year’s Conference. Please share your experience and any suggestions on this public forum thread.
     
  • The Open edX team have announced the launch of a survey to collect feedback on the virtual track of the conference. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts on your experience, to help us ensure that the 2023 edition is even greater! Respondents will receive a 20% discount towards their 2023 Open edX Conference tickets.

    -> Fill out the survey, get 20% off your ticket for next year

[New app: Listaflow] OpenCraft is building an open source web application, called Listaflow, used for tracking recurring business practices and checklists. The tool was first designed to answer our team’s internal asynchronous planning needs, but we’re hoping to receive community feedback, and make the tool useful for as many organizations as possible! As a test run, we’ll be using Listaflow to run checklists for Core Contributor Sprints. You can take a look at the public code repo, and see the most recent design prototypes

Your feedback and questions are welcome!

[Technical Oversight Committee AMA] Ed Zarecor, Vice President of Engineering at tCRIL, created an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) public forum thread, where you can ask questions to members of the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC). As a reminder, you can read more about the TOC’s role and mission in their foundational charter

-> Review the thread, or ask a question!