Study materials for Bitcoin & Lightning Protocol
Each individual topic represents a weekly curriculum.
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Each week, deputies are selected at random. The idea isn't to add any pressure. Every group simply needs a designated person to smooth out the interactions and keep everyone on task.
A week before the meeting, the organizers will post deputy assignments along with breakout groups and pairings. Each group will have its own Jitsi link and 3-4 participants.
Your job isn't to lead but to facilitate. You are a timekeeper and a traffic cop. There is no expectation of being an authority on all subjects. Ask others to take turns talking and exploring their questions. Use the Jitsi metrics (Jitsi records how long everyone has spoken for) as a guide of who to draw into the conversation.
All participants are asked to generate their own discussion questions based on the readings. Deputies can feel free to use the provided questions, but exploring the original questions participants came up with during their 1:1 sessions may fuel more participation and engagement.
If you need a hand or feel like the discussion isn't lively, you can slack Jonas and/or Caralie.
There will be a post in the designated deputy slack channel alerting everyone when it's time to meet together for the last ~15 minutes of the session. Please encourage your group to return to the main Jitsi room when alerted. Then you're off duty!