[tor-teachers] wiki updates

Dylan Cooper dylanc119 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 00:50:04 UTC 2015

On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 8:39 PM, Alison Macrina <macrina at riseup.net> wrote:

> Dylan Cooper:
> >>> I'm not entirely sure how to incorporate all the material here [2]. If
> >>> some rad person wants to review those materials and see what can be
> >>> incorporated on our wiki, that would be helpful!
> >>
> > I can, I'm sure others saw this and already hopped to it as well. General
> > question: would the tor-project irc be the most relevant place for
> > tor-teachers stuff?
> For what stuff exactly?

I guess the only example I can really come up with right now is
coordinating people going through the miscellaneous list from this thread.

I was most thinking for quick, one-off questions (similar to how it's
preferred quick questions re: general usage get asked on IRC).

> >>>
> >>> Some tags that I think we need to add: user proficiency level, user
> >>> group, what kinds of materials are contained (slides, graphics,
> >>> articles, video, etc). Anything else we need to add?
> >>
> > Is user group similar to target audience? If so, do y'all see value in I
> > guess "sub-dividing" based on category, to better tailor to audience?
> E.g.,
> > students vs. corporate employees vs. public sector? (This might be a
> stupid
> > question, sorry)
> Yeah, target audience! And I don't think it needs to be subdivided,
> because much of it will overlap. But tags would be cool.

Understood, and agreed!

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