Project Plan

Week 1: July 3 - July 9

  • Set up group communication channels (mailing list, discord, LinkedIn, etc.)
  • .Prepare a few slides for the welcome onboarding session for mentees.
  • Coordinate and execute presentations for new mentees.

  • Set up teams for the presentation to the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC).
  • Weekly Meeting: Discuss the plan for the task force moving forward.

Completed 100% Satisfactory

Week 2: July 10 - July 16

Completed 100% Satisfactory

Week 3: July 17 - July 23

  • Set Agenda For Meeting on the
  • Weekly Meeting: Discuss progress and Plans
    • Post-TOC presentation: Process feedback from the TOC presentation and adjust the project's direction and objectives as necessary.
    • Manage Sub Committees- create tasks for each sub-committee in the task force (timeline)
    • Decide on a Management Tool to coordinate Subcommittee work.
    • Discuss Mentorship needs

Completed 100% Satisfactory

Week 4: July 24 - July 30

  • Finalize recommendations for the sub-committee's deliverables.
  • Start creating a list of recommended documentation tools and templates.  Create AI Workflows
  • Weekly Meeting: Set Agenda,  Discuss the finalized deliverables and progress on documentation committees, and suggest tools and templates.
  • Organize team for presentation to R. Reeves regarding AI tools in documentation workflows.
  • Create a presentation and deliver the presentation.

Completed 100% Satisfactory 

Week 5: August 1 - August 7

  • For each Subcommittee, map out workflows and possible tools and templates ( in a simple table)
  • Developing the list of recommended documentation tools and templates.
  • Create Agenda and run the weekly meeting
  • Discuss subcommittees progress on tools and templates, and start discusion on the integration plan.
  • Reach Out - Determine the needs from community and create draft emails for  Reccommations and possible meetinhg (Tracy Github) Ben (Branding and WebSite) David ( paid tooling) 
  • Reach out to mentees with recommendations for documentation ( start discussion on how to accomplish this).
  • Arunima, Hyperledger Documentation Task Force Leader:

    • Role: Overall Leader of the Task Force
    • Character Traits: Visionary, Collaborative, Detail-Oriented, Inspirational
    • Responsibilities:
      • Coordinates and oversees the various committees within the task force.
      • Sets the strategic direction and ensures alignment with Hyperledger's goals.
      • Facilitates communication between committees, ensuring seamless collaboration.
      • Monitors progress, identifies challenges, and provides guidance to overcome them.
      • Represents the task force to the broader Hyperledger community and stakeholders.

Week 6: August 8 - August 14

  • Meetup Group Presentation: Present the project's progress to the Meetup Group.
  • Reach out to mentees with recommendations for documentation
  • Continue developing the integration plan.
  • Discuss possible dates and Prepare for the Meetup Group presentation.
  • Start drafting a series of blog posts or tutorials on how to use the new guidelines and templates.
  • Weekly Meeting: Process feedback from Meetup Group presentation, discuss progress on the integration plan and blog posts/tutorials.

Week 7 - Week 17: August 15 - November 19

  • Continue working on the integration plan and blog posts/tutorials.
  • Begin the process of integrating the new guidelines and templates into existing Hyperledger projects.
  • Encourage new projects to adopt the new guidelines and templates.
  • Weekly Meetings: Monitor progress, discuss any issues or challenges, adjust plans as necessary.
  • Preparation for Global Forum: Begin preparing for the presentation at the Global Forum. Date is TBD.

End of November

  • Global Forum Presentation: Present the final outcome of the project.
  • Wrap-up: Review project outcomes, process feedback from the Global Forum presentation, plan for future improvements and maintenance.

Note: This project plan is a flexible guide and adjustments can be made as needed to ensure the success of the project.

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