WPWeekly Episode 141 – One Million WordCamps In Ohio

We’ve kept this weeks edition of WordPress Weekly short and sweet. We talked about the news of week and I shared my experience attending the first ever WordCamp Dayton, Ohio. We discussed why there are so many WordCamps happening in the state of Ohio and how some of them came to fruition. We also, congratulated Nick Haskins on launching the first commercial theme for Aesop (Genji) and shared our thoughts on sites already using Aesop combined with Genji. We hope you enjoy the show!

Stories Discussed:

WordPress Beta Testers, Start Your Engines: 3.9 Beta 1 Released
How To Prevent WordPress From Participating In Pingback Denial of Service Attacks
Take The 2014 bbPress Survey
Aesop Story Engine Launches Commercial WordPress Themes
Why Company Culture Is So Important For Remote WordPress Developers
First WordCamp Dayton A Flying Success
Tickets On Sale For WordCamp North Canton, Ohio
Sofia, Bulgaria To Host WordCamp Europe 2014

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One response to “WPWeekly Episode 141 – One Million WordCamps In Ohio”

  1. Our major cities in Ohio are not necessarily close to one another. The drive from the cities on the edges to Columbus can be anywhere from 2-4 hours, which means that our individual communities are quite disconnected outside of camp. Certainly we wouldn’t expect users/devs the other major cities to come to our Meetup, either, because it’s just too far to drive. But, I LOVE that we’ve go meetups and WordCamps going now at each of the cities. And, I had some folks from Toledo ask me how we can help them get started within the next year with their meetup and then eventually, a WordCamp. Exciting!


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