Regular cadence for PowerShell Core Community Call

tl;dr: PowerShell Core Community Calls are on the third Thursday of every month at 9:30am Pacific Time (note, this is currently PDT). Use this .ics file (right-click and select Save Target/Link As in order to download the file correctly) to avoid missing one.

Hi everyone! After three successful PowerShell Core Community Calls, we’re switching to a more standard cadence so that you can plan ahead and join us! For those of you that haven’t heard of the PowerShell Core Community Call, it’s a one hour meeting where the PowerShell Committee gets together to talk with you to help us make decisions on the evolving design of PowerShell 6.

We discuss RFCs, feature requests, and contentious bugs, in addition to giving you a quick update about the status of the project and the direction we’re headed.

If you want to catch up on our last three calls to get a feel for what they’re like, you can find some notes, chat transcripts, and YouTube recordings in a folder marked CommunityCall in the PowerShell-RFC repository.

Typically, we start by discussing the following:

Join us on Skype on the 3rd Thursday of every month @ 9:30am PDT (Pacific Daylight Time, GMT -0700):

Join Skype Meeting
Join by phone (US): +1 (866) 641-7188 or find a local number
Conference ID: 4334578

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And if there’s anyone else you know that might be interested in getting more involved in PowerShell development, feel free to invite them to the call!