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Online Meetup: Speakers: 1. Devarshi Sathiya - Devops @rtCamp 2. Imran Sayed - Full Stack Developer @rtCamp 📋 In this meetup, you will learn about: 1- Basics of Docker 2- Docker vs Virtual Machines 3- Docker Images, containers. 4- Setting up WordPress with Docker. Prerequisites: Prior knowledge of Docker is not required. Familiarity with command line interface is sufficient. There will also be a QnA session where you can ask any questions you may have and also share your experiences. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert, this meetup will have something for you. This is an online meetup so you can sit, relax and enjoy meeting everyone online from wherever you are. You can ask your questions here: https://app.sli.do/event/hozug6a0 Useful Resources: https://codeytek.com/courses/
During the global Covid-19 pandemic, everyone has been forced to stay indoors. I am sure all of you from Pune have your own struggles and triumphs during this challenging lockdown. One of the struggles is a lack of social interactions we used have daily and how those social interactions played a role in ou mental and physical well being. So here is a weekly online meetup, that will be just a casual check-in and making sure some of our human needs of social interaction and well being are met. This will be a weekly call, every Friday hopefully for 40 mins to maybe an hour - where people can catch up with other WordPress community members. Code of Conduct for online events: https://make.wordpress.org/community/handbook/virtual-events/online-code-of-conduct/ The format - Quick 1-minute intro by everyone - Share WP related things you had questions, need help with - Share tips and ideas on coping lockdown, working from home, remote work etc. LINK to Meetup: https://meet.google.com/dpc-irgz-wqy # Etiquettes and Guidelines An online meeting is just a virtual room with multiple windows. The main difference is that in a physical meetup, you only bring yourself and your device(s). Through your window into a virtual room, you bring your surroundings too. ## Audio-Video So, it is absolutely important that you mute your audio when starting the meeting and keep yourself muted unless you want to say something. You can click the mic icon to mute/unmute yourself or use Cmd + d or Ctrl + d to mute/unmute yourself. Please use earphones/ headphones. Not doing so can feed the sound of the speakers back into your mic and create something called a feedback loop which can be extremely discomforting but also can be harmful, for all the participants. If everyone except the current speaker mute their mics, the data load of the call also reduces and even those with poorer connectivity can have a good experience. Such online meetings also provide you greater privacy. If you prefer that, you can switch off your video by clicking the video icon or Cmd + e or Ctrl + e. Switching off video also saves a lot of data so if a lot of people experience connectivity issues, we'll switch our videos off. ## Interrupting If you'd like to interrupt the current speaker or discussion, feel free to chime in by unmuting yourself. However, if it isn't urgent and you can wait a bit, please send a message in chat instead. One or more of the event hosts will be watching the chat and will cue you in. ## Networking and Private Conversations Please create a new meeting in Google Meet and share the link in the chat if you'd like to invite anyone to a private chat. You can also join the link someone else has shared. When wrapping up or when we need you back in the discussion, someone will attempt to join your room and call you back, just as if this was happening in a physical location. This is why we request you to share the meet link in the main chat. It is totally upto you whether you'd let the person enter your private meeting (conversation). ## Privacy, Safety and Code of Conduct These events are governed by a concrete and non-negotiable code of conduct: https://make.wordpress.org/community/handbook/virtual-events/online-code-of-conduct/ Unlike physical events, online events allow great anonymity. Please use your judgement and be slightly more careful than usual when interacting in private. Avoid sharing any personal information with other attendees including phone numbers, physical addresses and email addresses unless you are absolutely sure. You can always share and connect on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, WordPress.org slack, etc. Although it should be obvious, do not share any other critical information that can be used to harass or hurt you physically, psychologically or financially. Conversely, please avoid asking other members for their phone numbers and email addresses.