[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #2733: Give users ability to mark sessions of interest

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#2733: Give users ability to mark sessions of interest
 Reporter:  circlecube                    |       Owner:  iandunn
     Type:  enhancement                   |      Status:  accepted
 Priority:  high                          |   Milestone:
Component:  WordCamp Site & Plugins       |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  stakeholder-feedback need-ui  |
Changes (by iandunn):

 * owner:   => iandunn
 * status:  new => accepted


 I think a good scope for v1 would be allowing attendees to:

 1. Select the sessions they want to attend.
 1. Save those selections in their browser (cookie, local storage, etc).
 1. Send themselves an email with their personalized schedule. This way
 they'll have it offline on their phone/tablet.

 This should maintain backwards compatibility with the existing
 `[schedule]` shortcode. It can just be a new layer of JavaScript on top of
 the existing HTML, rather than a separate app. I think that'll be fairly
 easy to do in a clean way just with element IDs or `data-` attributes.

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

 Once that's done, we can close this ticket and create new tickets for
 future iterations:


 1. Explore the session and speaker details without navigating away from
 the app.
 1. Have a print button and print stylesheet.
 1. Maybe add an easy way to transfer the interactive schedule to a new
 device. e.g., Add a link to the email that they receive, and the link
 contains the data on the saved schedule. When they open it, their saved
 schedule is rebuilt and the data is saved to the new device's browser.

 1. Sharing schedules
 1. Generating and emailing a PDF to attendees that they could save on
 their mobile device

Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2733#comment:9>
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