WiX Online Meeting #227 Highlights

Thursday, January 13, 2022 by Bob Arnson

Today's meeting is the first in 2022 and the first being live-streamed on YouTube. Those two (mildly) interesting facts did not substantially change our long-proven formula: Triage issues, talk about stuff, make bad jokes.

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WiX Online Meeting #226 Highlights

Thursday, December 30, 2021 by Bob Arnson

In a rare reversal of end-of-year weather fortune, my driveway in Michigan is dry and Rob's in Washington is snow-covered. (I'm entirely confident that this will not hold true over the next several months.) Before Rob got out the snow shovel, we quickly reviewed a couple of open issues and reviewed some pull requests, mostly from Sean, whose driveway is an unknown state, but likely also snow-free.

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WiX Online Meeting #225 Highlights

Thursday, December 16, 2021 by Bob Arnson

There were no skipped meetings due to illness, but we nonetheless managed to accumulate a larger-than-average number of issues to triage. However, on closer inspection, a supermajority of new issues came from those pesky WiX contributors, who are well known for causing extra work for the WiX contributors, pesky and non-pesky alike.

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WiX Online Meeting #224 Highlights

Thursday, December 2, 2021 by Bob Arnson

We skipped our last scheduled meeting due mostly to violent illness on my part—betrayed again by discount gas station sushi—so today we had a bigger-than-typical set of issues to triage and issues to discuss.

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WiX Online Meeting #223 Highlights

Thursday, November 4, 2021 by Bob Arnson

Everyone's fortunate that today's meeting had a higher-than-normal concentration of Bob. Mostly because it was a short meeting -- we had only one issue to triage and it was one I opened. Future meetings will, alas, probably return to a normal amount of Bobness.

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WiX Online Meeting #222 Highlights

Thursday, October 21, 2021 by Bob Arnson

The meeting this week had much less drama to discuss, as various brouhahas have been resolved favorably. Instead, we got to do our typical bit of triage and design discussion, which felt refreshingly normal.

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