No, haven’t. But I’m assuming three things:
- that a software update is needed and the team will try to time the release as close to Monday (accounting for global timezones) as possible. given the release process for the ios platforms in particular they probably can’t control it precisely so figuring it will drop anything between Friday and Monday for us to update. Workouts will presumably be in the “Workouts” section, not the Events page. this sets the timeline for
- an FAQ or similar email that details the “rules” we’re working with detailing, among any other things, the amount of flexibility we do or do not have in completing the workouts. it’s a training plan with a timeframe and goal so we don’t expect complete flexibility, but there will be some. we just need to know the “rules”. technically that doesn’t need to drop until Monday either (again accounting for timezones) and would likely be part of a “kickoff” message on or close to the first day.
- the personalized progress page links need to be communicated. I’m assuming that will be done as part of (2) but really there’s no reason it has to be. it would be just as good for it to be done as part of the first workout completion message, whenever each of us does that first session.
If any or all of those are valid each of these things likely drop between Friday and Monday. If any or all of those are not valid…who knows?
The good folks at ZwiftHQ have a bit of time. Stuff like the Zwift Academy went off very well (in my opinion) so assume this will too.