WordCamp Europe 2016 will begin bright and early this morning in the halls of the Leopold Museum and the Baroque suites of the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna. The sold-out event is the largest WordCamp to date with 2,200 attendees expected.
— Milan Ivanović (@lanche86) June 23, 2016
While attendees who arrived early were enjoying dinners and activities around the city, an army of volunteers went through orientation in preparation for hosting the event. Organizers have created one of the most accessible WordPress events to date with live captioning, childcare, a breastfeeding/baby room, a multi-faith room, and wheelchair accessibility provided.
— WordCamp Europe (@WCEurope) June 23, 2016
For those who could not make it to Vienna, the entirety of Friday and Saturday’s scheduled sessions will be available via the free live stream beginning with opening remarks. There are 258 live streaming tickets remaining. Once you register for a ticket, you will receive an email with links to access each track’s live stream. Any issues with the live stream can be reported in the #WCEU channel on WordPress Slack.