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 call for WPCampus 2020 session proposals closes at midnight tonight! This summer the conference is coming to New Orleans at Tulane University from July 15-17, 2020.
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…
If you can’t attend the second WPCampus conference in Buffalo, NY on July 14-15 but would still like to see the sessions, a free live stream will be provided.
Registration is open for WPCampus 2019, which is happening July 25-27 in Portland, Oregon. 🎓
WPCampus released the accessibility audit of Gutenberg that was conducted by Tenon, starting in late 2018. You can read the 34-page Executive Summary. 💦 WPCampus explains, “This report is best understood as a snapshot of the state of the editor in early 2019.” They note that many of the accessibility issues the report documents have been…