wordcamp

This episode of WordPress Weekly focuses on the upcoming WordCamp New York event being held on November 14th and 15th. Jane Wells joined me on the show to tell us all about the planning stages of the event and what to expect. We also talked briefly about WordPress 2.8.5 as (more…)

During the WordPress developers meeting yesterday, Jane Wells announced that registration for WordCamp New York City was open to the public. There are a few different tickets you can purchase depending upon your schedule. You can purchase the full pass which costs $40.00 which will provide entry to all sessions (more…)

Those of you who keep a keen eye on this website should have noticed the addition of the WordCamp 360 link about a week ago. Typically during a WordCamp, the only option I have of interacting with the event and discussing things being presented is on Twitter. I decided that (more…)

As I speak, WordCamp Portland is in high gear with the first presentation of the event getting set to take place. The folks putting this event together have a great looking video stream which you can view here while also reading the discussion of the event on Twitter using the (more…)

The voting booth has opened to choose the WordCamp NYC logo. During the month of August, all sorts of entries were entered in the contest but only one of them will be used as the official logo. You can view all the entries here. Voting ends on September 7th at (more…)

One of the biggest WordCamp events of the year is poised to take New York by storm between November 14th and 15th. The event is being organized by Automattics own Jane Wells. Not long ago, a poll was conducted on the WordCamp New York website asking the audience what type (more…)

The feedback is starting to come in regarding this past weekends WordCamp Montreal event which I followed on Twitter and it looks like the event was a success. At least one person, Laura Roberts has published her thoughts and lessons learned while attending the event. She also highlights the fact (more…)

When I initially published information regarding the virtual WordCamp, I was a bit miffed at the price tag as well as a few other things. However, after putting together some information that I discovered through an anonymous source and from what has been added to the Virtual WordCamp website, I’ve (more…)

Matt Mullenweg was just on stage at WordCamp Dallas delivering his coveted state of the Word. This presentation is what provides insight into what the WordPress project is doing and what we can look forward to in the future. Here are my cliff notes from watching his presentation via the (more…)