# 2022-11-21 NumPy Documentation Team meeting
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**Present** *(add your name and GitHub handle)*: Melissa Mendonça (@melissawm), Inessa Pawson (@inessapawson), Ross Barnowski (@rossbar), Matti Picus (@mattip), Sebastian Berg (@seberg), Brigitta Sipőcz (@bsipocz)
## Follow-up from last meeting / discussions
- [name=inessa] Presentation topics for NumPy Newcomers’ Hour
To suggest a topic for future presentations, leave a comment in this tracking issue: https://github.com/numpy/archive/issues/58.
Ross: a "show and tell" by a NumPy maintainer/experienced contributor where they work on an issue or PR in numpy/numpy in real life. Announce topics in a thread to the announcement.
Pros: – no preparation is required from a speaker, – showcasing real life scenarios of working on the NumPy code base.
Melissa: invite Evgeni to speak about refguide_check.
- [name=Inessa & Melissa] [Documentation user stories](https://github.com/numpy/numpy/issues/22089)
*Feel free to add yours!*
- Sebastian: refguide_check (non)failures on https://github.com/numpy/numpy/pull/22449
- doctests need to be updated
- We could take care of this automation for NumPy, and collaborate with AstroPy or some other project that uses doctest-plus.
- Timeline: NEP 51 needs to be accepted (next two weeks, possibly). #22449 should be accepeted next. By the end of the year this should be done.
- We can work on a solution for this but it's not urgent (not for next release)
- Inessa: issues related to the NumPy educational content:
If you’d like to work on any of them, leave a comment on GitHub (below the relevant issue).
- Inessa: NumPy Newcomers' Hour - November 17th, 2022
Speaker: Ross Barnowski
Topic: Maintaining /numpy-tutorials
Video recording has been posted on the NumPy YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/A-UCO1F09M4.
## New Topics
- Inessa: DEP: Deprecate np.round_: https://github.com/numpy/numpy/issues/22617
- Inessa to submit a PR, include a link to the mailing list announcement, ping Ross for review
- Remove after 2 releases
- Inessa: DOC: Remove info specific to Python 2 from the latest docs version: https://github.com/numpy/numpy/issues/22635
This is a "sprintable" issue.
- Discussion around the "sprint" label.
Changing the label from "sprint" to "sprintable" to indicate that this issue isn't reserved for a sprint.
- Inessa: Triage guidelines for numpy/numpy
Question: where in the documentation should it be placed?
Answer: Below: https://numpy.org/doc/stable/dev/reviewer_guidelines.html.
Discussion: Perhaps, we should re-organize the document hierarchy of the Contributor Guide. (Open a discussion in a separate issue or PR.)
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