Why this page exists
Imagine going to a restaurant and having the waiter bring you the menu in pieces. You order your food, but every five or ten minutes the waiter comes back with a new list of items you can order. The new options look really good, but you’ve already ordered and there’s only so much you can eat in a single meal.
That’s what MAP has been like for some members. I’ve dripped new labs, events, and groups into the community over a period of weeks. For members who are time and energy-constrained, this can be frustrating. This menu should help.
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Labs, groups, and community-wide events. Where a group or lab includes events, I’ve included that in the total estimated hours. This menu provides an overview of event types — For a complete schedule, view
in the community.
: The relative estimated effort required to participate.
— Show up to most events or complete a short, go-at-your-own-pace lab.
— A group that meets a few times a month; May include occasional to-do’s between meetups; Or a lab that requires a number of weeks and/or meetups to complete.
— A lab that requires regular meetups with work in-between and/or presentations participants must prepare for ahead of time.
Refers to something (usually a lab) that you’ll probably only want to do once. Examples:
Getting started with MAP
is a lab that you would only take once. You’ll still have access to the lab materials, but you wouldn’t need to plan to allocate time for it in future seasons.
The Dinner Club
are things that are different each season.
: This is who is leading the lab, group, or event. You can get in touch with this person in the community if you have questions.
Add to favorites
: When you add your name to this column for a particular lab, event, or group you can then filter to show just your favorites.