[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #3223: Personalized Schedule Builder for WordCamp Attendees

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#3223: Personalized Schedule Builder for WordCamp Attendees
 Reporter:  iandunn               |      Owner:
     Type:  enhancement           |     Status:  new
 Priority:  high                  |  Milestone:
Component:  WordCamp Site &       |   Keywords:  needs-patch good-first-bug
  Plugins                         |
 The `[schedule]` shortcode displays a static schedule to attendees (e.g.,
 https://2017.seattle.wordcamp.org/schedule/). Many attendees would like to
 pick out sessions in advance, and build a simpler schedule of just those
 sessions, rather than having to refer to the full schedule all the time.

 schdeule/ Background info and discussion].

 v1 of this tool should let them:

 1. Explore the session and speaker details without navigating away from
 the app
 1. Let them select the sessions they want to attend
 1. Save those selections in their browser (cookie, local storage, etc)
 1. Let them export the schedule to other devices, like a phone or tablet.
 Maybe email them a link w/ a hash parameter that contains the data
 required to rebuild the schedule on the new device. The data should then
 be saved on the new device.
 1. Have a print button and print stylesheet.
 1. Maintain backwards compatibility with the existing `[schedule]`
 shortcode. This is strongly preferred, but not required if there isn't a
 good way to do it. Explore the possibilities and post some preliminary
 notes here to discuss it with other developers before getting too far into
 the project.

 This is a large enough project that it should follow
 /design-implementation-process/ the feature implementation guidelines].

 Sharing schedules and generating PDFs should be out of scope for v1, but
 could be v2 features.

Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/3223>
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