1. Miroslav Glavic

    You should come to WCT10

    Anyways…EVERY WordCamp should have a beginner session. We were all beginners at one point. There are some WordPress “experts” / “gurus” who have such huge egos.

    1) Take the stick out of your ass.
    2) Remember when you were a beginner?

    The ideal WordCamp should have a NOOB track or at least one or two sessions dedicated to them.

    WCT09 had three tracks, third one was a “GET SOCIAL”, meaning anyone could go up and present.


  2. Jeffro

    @Miroslav Glavic – Don’t I need a passport now to get into Canada? How much does one of those things cost?

    To be fair, there was a third track set up for the unconference room where people could breaks out and do mini sessions. I believe there was one or two newby sessions in that room. But I think a full blown presentation covering the ins and outs for beginners would be a nice touch.

    The founders told me they have me marked down as a possible speaker for next year heh!


  3. matt mcinvale

    jeffro, thanks for the honest and thorough review. we’re really looking forward to wordcamp san francisco in a couple weeks :)


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  5. Maureen McCabe

    I went. I enjoyed. I learned some…

    WordPress has NOT changed my life. I think some real basics would be good, in a future WordCamp. I’ve had my WordPress blog for a couple of years but it is really a mess. I could sit through a session of the intro to WordPress for Dummies… I wanted more “how to”


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