ParSys Sprint - IAM/CoSS Sprint 9 Review


(Henrik Mitsch) #1

Dear Stakeholders,

here we go with our regular update.

Highlights

  • A video showing key user flows for CoSS (becoming a club captain, joining a club) and first Landing Page implementations
  • A sneak peak at the CoSS events utility
  • A live demo of the end-to-end process for our Q2 OKR (Adding a user to a specific Mozillians.org group enables this user to access a specific Discourse category) - at 12m53s in the video
  • The mozilla-django-oidc library gains wider adoption at Mozilla. Thank you @peterbe and @willkg!

Community contributed Pull Requests

  • Thank you to Jeff Parr for Discourse code review!

Release Notes

  • To come: A post mortem on mailing list membership updates not being propagated for the NDA group on Mozillians.org

https://discourse.mozilla-community.org/t/mozilla-discourse-release-2017-06-15/16441

IAM/CoSS Sprint Review

OKR Confidence Levels

This is our current Q2 OKR confidence. It is prefixed in brackets, the scale is 1 to 10.

Objective: Ship software in partnership with IT, Marketing and MoFo that delivers prioritized functionality to Mozilla’s participation systems stack

  1. (1) Auth0 identity platform is expanded to 2 systems shared among staff and volunteers
  2. (5) Ship first iteration of CMS, CRM integration and Events management to Mozilla Clubs, Campus Clubs and Developer Community Pilot
  3. (4) 100% of existing ParSys wp-admin hosted community sites migrated to WPEngine