* Make sure we're clear on what we're shipping. * And in particular: our plan for housing all this work at Webmaker.org vs a stand-alone companion site, etc. * Versioning. Resolve question around versioning as per: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=960179#c8 * Who? Brett + Doug. + Cassie wants in. yeah * Context: Mari Huertas bought webliteracystandard.org and Doug bought it off her (but hasn't got it yet). * JP has these domains. Plan was to just either sit on them or point them towards Webmaker
* I don't need to be in this meeting. My $0.02: * -1 to versioning. Adds superfluous complexity. * +1 to housing all the Web Lit Map work at Webmaker.org. It's at the heart of the offering. Let's make Webmaker.org do everything Web Lit needs to do, rather than creating yet another stand-alone platform.
Thanks, Matt. :-) With regard to your +/-1's, I'd say the following: 1. There's not many things I'd fall on my sword for (so to speak) but versioning is one of them. I can explain in more detail on a call or F2F (centres around aligned badged activities not becoming orphaned). 2. I'm fully onboard with the Web Literacy Map underpinning webmaker.org and being housed there. However, if the wider ecosystem takes off we may want to revisit (so we should ensure we control the domains).
(In reply to Doug Belshaw from comment #2) > 2. I'm fully onboard with the Web Literacy Map underpinning webmaker.org and > being housed there. However, if the wider ecosystem takes off we may want to > revisit (so we should ensure we control the domains). +1 Totally makes good sense. And sounds like JP's got em, so that's great.
The prototype of the "explore" section, as well as the bookmarklet work, show we've got broad alignment here.