Wet 101

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The WET 101 sessions are designed to prepare particpants to contribute during Codefest. Topics covered include Github, implementing WET and creating a plugin or theme for WET. The goal at the end of these sessions is for attendees to have a working environment and understanding of WET.

Table of Contents

Requirements

In order to be prepared for these sessions please:

  • Create an account on Github
  • Bring a laptop computer (recommended) or at the very least a tablet

Materials

These are some materials that cover the topics handled in this session.

Events

More events may be added should there be demand.

Date Location
June 25th 1pm - 5pm City of Ottawa
City Hall
Honeywell Room
July 9th 1pm - 5pm City of Ottawa
City Hall
Honeywell Room
July 23rd 1pm - 5pm City of Ottawa
City Hall
Honeywell Room

Remote Attendance

Here is the information for the WebEx connection:

To join the online meeting

  1. Go to https://gts-ee.webex.com/gts-ee/j.php?ED=221588392&UID=1640029522&PW=NZmRiZDQ5MjFm&RT=NCMxMQ%3D%3D
  2. If requested, enter your name and email address.
  3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: wet101
  4. Click "Join".

To join the teleconference only

Call-in toll-free number: 1-877-413-4788 (Canada)
Call-in number: 1-613-960-7513 (Canada)
Attendee access code: 576 504 4

Registration List

If you are interested in contributing to WET, plan on attending Codefest 2.0 and would like to prepare by attending these sessions, please add your information to the table.

Name and Email Department/Organization Github Handle Availability Topics of Interest
Example
10 Jeremy Sivaneswaran Treasury Board Secretariat Web Standards Office @jeresiv
  • Session 1
  • 1-3
  • all
  • etc.
  • Github
  • creating a theme
  • adding a plugin
  • reporting an issue
  • adding documentation
  • etc.
Example
1 Ryan Androsoff Treasury Board Secretariat, Chief Information Officer Branch @RyanAndrosoff Session 3 - July 23rd
  • GitHub 101 - overview, basic functionality, etc.
  • Using GitHub for policy development
2 Kent Aitken Treasury Board Secretariat, Chief Information Officer Branch @kentdaitken Session 3 - July 23rd
  • GitHub 101 - overview, basic functionality, etc.
  • Using GitHub for policy development
3 Patrice Collin Treasury Board Secretariat, Chief Information Officer Branch @pcollin Session 3 - July 23rd
  • GitHub 101 - overview, basic functionality, etc.
  • Using GitHub for policy development
4 Stephen Viens Public Safety Canada Communications Services, Web @sviens Session 2 - July 9th
  • Github 101
  • adding a plugin
  • adding documentation
5 Ghayas Syed RCMP Application Development Branch Session 2 - July 9th
  • Github 101
  • adding a plugin
  • adding documentation
6 Kai Wang RCMP Application Development Branch Session 2 - July 9th
  • Github 101
  • adding a plugin
  • adding documentation
7 Laila Martin RCMP Application Development Branch @LailaMartin Session 2 - July 9th
  • git
  • adding a plugin
  • adding documentation
8 Louis Galipeau CIC E-Communications Branch Session 2 - July 9th
  • Github 101
  • adding a plugin
  • adding documentation
9 Josh Scharf SSC Innovation & Collaboration @jscharf Session 2 - July 9th
  • Github 101
  • Developing a theme
  • Contributing to WET
10 Brent Cartier Industry Canada @bcartier Session 3 - July 23rd
  • Developing a theme
  • Contributing to WET
11 Dan Kilty Health Canada @dkilty Session 3 - July 23rd
  • Developing a theme
  • Contributing to WET
  • adding a plugin
12 An-Min Kuo The Blue Factor @thebluefactor Session 2 - July 9th
  • Github 101
  • Developing a theme
  • Contributing to WET
13 James A Ferris HRSDC-RHDCC @Ferris842 Session 2 - July 9th
  • Github 101 - overview, basic functionality, etc.
  • Developing a theme
14 Margaret Fudali National Research Council @mfudali Session 2 - July 9th
  • WET, jQuery, GitHub, repositories, editing and contributing code
15 Brad Souster CIC E-Communications Branch @bsouster Session 3 - July 23rd
  • GitHub
  • adding a plugin
  • adding documentation
  • repositories
  • editing and contributing code
There is no maximum limit on this table, if it is full create a new row and add your information.