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  1. Ted Ronaldson

    I love WordCamp, I don’t know how I would feel about selling time that competes with the speakers who travel and spend thousands of dollars to volunteer their time. I don’t want to end up with every speaker being bought by a big company, those companies should just make their own conference and leave WordCamp as a community event, sponsor to give back, not to make a million dollars.

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    • Marko Heijnen

      A lot of the speakers of WCUS and WCEU are already brought by big companies already. For me if companies want to do this then they can do if before or after the WordCamp. But obvious then the WordCamp itself can’t profit from sponsors doing this.

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  2. Caspar Hübinger

    Way to go! As a passionate hallway track attendee, I think this is a great initiative. Curious how the experiment will go.

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  3. Corey Salzano

    CPOSC 2016 held lightning talks during lunch.

    If the sponsor track repeats sessions, the draw from other speakers would be spread among multiple sessions.

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  4. Ricardo

    I don’t know how I would feel about selling time that competes with the speakers who travel and spend thousands of dollars to volunteer their time.

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