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  1. Scott Ellis

    I think Scott Clark’s session on Pods CMS would be a great one to cover. Pods really extends the power of WordPress and is quite impressive in it’s own right.

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  2. Chris Ruggia

    I’d like to hear the one on images, to see what they present beyond the basic Media settings.

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  3. Nicolas

    Agree … Scott Clark’s Pods CMS session would be great!

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  4. Idealien

    Mike Pratt – Transform Your Site With BuddyPress
    or
    Lorelle VanFossen – Plugins That Blow Your Mind

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  5. Joachim kudish

    Sat: working with images

    Sun: plugins that blow your mind

    Thanks Jeff!

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  6. Andreas Nurbo

    Clarks Pods CMS here too and Pratts BuddyPress.

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  7. Sallie Goetsch (rhymes with sketch)

    I’m curious about the hidden gems. PODS is interesting but not sure how well it would work without visuals. Also, if the BuddyPress session goes into detail, that would be great. I’d like to hear more than 101.

    Lorelle Van Fossen is always great to listen to.

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  8. Grant Griffiths

    Hey Jeffro – Clay and I will both be in Dallas for OpenCamp. Looking forward to sitting and visiting in person again.

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  9. NJ Rickman

    My vote is for this one: Lorelle VanFossen – Plugins That Blow Your Mind. I’m addicted to finding the latest and greatest plugins.

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  10. Phil Simon

    My vote:

    Stephanie Leary – WordPress Hidden Gems

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  11. David Smith

    My top 3 (no order):
    Randy Hoyt – Working With Images In WordPress
    Scott Ellis – Categories, Tags, Taxonomies
    Lorelle VanFossen – Plugins That Blow Your Mind

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  12. Jeffro

    I just put a new battery in the DVR and I have a spare one :) Will try and get Lorelles Presentation on audio and perhaps the PODs one but without visuals, the PODS one might be confusing.

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  13. George

    I’d also like Scott Clark’s Pods CMS session would be great!

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