Tickets are on sale for inaugural WPCampus conference, which a WordPress event following in the footsteps of independent conferences like Pressnomics, Prestige, LoopConf, and A Day of REST. Tickets are $99 and attendance is limited to a couple hundred people, so act fast if you or someone you know wants to learn more about WordPress in the education space.
The 3rd WPCampus conference, focused on higher education and WordPress, was held recently in St. Louis. For those unable to attend, there was a live stream, and session videos will be placed on the site within the next couple of weeks. If you are at all interested in Gutenberg I would recommend watching Brian DeConinck…
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WPCampus is asking for feedback to make decisions about future events. They’re aiming to hold their annual conference a month or two later in the year than they usually have, in August or September. 👩🎓
WPCampus released the results of the much-awaited Gutenberg accessibility audit. Tenon LLC conducted the tests and produced the report at the cost of $31,200. On top of donations raised by WPCampus, Automattic covered about two-thirds of that total. The testing was done using WordPress 5.0.3, and the report acknowledges that several accessibility issues have been…
Last, but certainly not least, WPCampus — the WordPress conference for higher education — is going to be in Sarasota Florida, July 15th-16th. Speaker applications are open now.