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= Python Class Instructor Meeting YYYY MM DD =
 
= Python Class Instructor Meeting YYYY MM DD =
 
= Next Meeting is scheduled for YYYY MM DD, dayofweek =
 
 
  
 
* Meeting Moderator: <assign>
 
* Meeting Moderator: <assign>
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= Next Meeting is scheduled for YYYY MM DD, dayofweek =
  
 
== Attendees ==
 
== Attendees ==
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== Actions for next week ==
 
== Actions for next week ==
  
# Pick a day to have guest talks concurrent with Razzi's Django classes (for all three weeks)
 
# Spend the last 20 minutes hacking on the repo to get it cleaned up (merge duplicate lessons, organize a bit better, etc.)
 
 
# Add the email template to the repo instructors folder
 
# Add the email template to the repo instructors folder
 
# Add the announcement checklist to the instructors folder
 
# Add the announcement checklist to the instructors folder
# Add a markdown file to instructors folder with both templates and instructions for how to use them.
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# Lady Red to follow up with Razzi about the thursday 4-week web sequence
# Add a markdown file for how to run/start your class - specifically donations for nb, who hasn't had a tour, brief info about nb (harassment pol. etc).
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# Trent to find someone in the channel on december 4th.
# Create a spreadsheet to keep track of how the preparation for classes is going
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# Lady Red - Bring nick up to speed and tell him about the schedule
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== Things To Talk About ==
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* stuff
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* stuff
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* stuff
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* stuff
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== Things we did this month ==
 
== Things we did this month ==

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