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Checklist for the next lesson release #655

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maxim-belkin opened this issue Jun 10, 2019 · 0 comments
8 of 17 tasks

Checklist for the next lesson release #655

maxim-belkin opened this issue Jun 10, 2019 · 0 comments


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@maxim-belkin maxim-belkin commented Jun 10, 2019

This issue supersedes #640

@annefou and I decided to skip June 2019 release of this lesson as there is a number of issues/PRs that we'd like to be resolved in the next release. Below is the original checklist for participating in June 2019 release. After the original list, we include a list of additional Pull Requests & Issues we'd like to be resolved (or closed, if obsolete) before the next release

  • Example code chunks run as expected
  • Challenges / exercises run as expected
  • Challenge / exercise solutions are correct
  • Callout boxes (exercises, discussions, tips, etc) render correctly
  • A schedule appears on the lesson homepage (e.g. not “00:00”)
  • Each episode includes learning objectives
  • Each episode includes questions
  • Each episode includes key points
  • Setup instructions are up-to-date, correct, clear, and complete
  • File structure is clean (e.g. delete deprecated files, ensure filenames are consistent)
  • Some Instructor notes are provided
  • Lesson links work as expected (related to carpentries/styles#410)

  • Remove demotivating use of "just": swcarpentry/python-novice-imflammation#653
  • Evaluate the use of dismissive language in the lesson (For reference, see this link)
  • Discuss the possibility of splitting intro to variables into a separate episode
  • Switch lists and loops episodes (#496)
  • Improve episode 1 (#543)

@annefou please feel free to add any other items I might've forgotten about.

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