Last October we quietly and secretly created the piplanning app Slack Community. It’s very quiet in there, since we never officially announced it. Only one person has registered. So we cannot yet speak of a “community”.
The community should bring together people who generally want to share information and discuss all sorts of PI Planning topics. In this respect it should not be seen as a “piplanning app Community”, but rather a SAFe® PI Planning Community where you can exchange information about PI Plannings in general.
We have already prepared a few channels that offer room for great discussions.
How do you carry out your collocated or distributed PI Plannings? Let the community know about methods, tools and tips.
You found a good article recently that you think other folks would benefit from? Reading an interesting book? Share it in the #good-reads channel.
A quick way to say hello and get to know the other folks in the piplanning app Community!
In this channel you can let the community know about everything else that is on your mind such as any non-work banter and topics for water cooler chats.
A place for the Rentouch team to share the latest and greatest news and tips. If you have a comment or question about something we’ve posted? You can’t post in this channel. Just bop over to #app-feedback.
Do you have any suggestions for the team? Let us know here! Have a feature request? Send a message to email@example.com.
We’ve also been thinking about the community guidelines. So we have defined a few values and rules that should enable constructive discussion. To read our community guidelines click here.
We are very happy about everyone who joins us. Since we launched our new Rentouch website, there is now also an official registration form. Are you interested in joining and contributing to the community? Register now.
We met Santa Claus for a video shoot at his grotto and wanted to ask him what gifts he has in store for agilists this year… Here you have the full story.
I think it’s vital to write another article on how you should prepare for the PI Planning event itself in remote conditions. Reaching out to dispersed collaborators can seem like a tricky process, but briefing with every group is key to staying safe in a distributed release train. Read on to get a grasp of our methods when it comes to communicating across teams and achieve the best possible alignment.