WordCamp US has put out a call for WordPress communities to participate in its second Community Bazaar in December. This is a great way for lesser-known WordPress communities and events to get some international exposure.
Wired has been around a long, long time. They just launched a major redesign and build of the website. Wired was already on WordPress, but they made major structural changes over the last couple of years and today’s launch is the culmination of that project. Kathleen Vignos — Wired’s Director of Engineering — wrote about some…
Here’s a nice video interview with Petya Raykovska (one of the organizers of WordCamp Europe and the most recent Global WordPress Translation Day). Just today, Petya gave me a 15 minute crash course to further my very limited knowledge of the polyglots community. She rules.
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The second round of WordCamp incubation is happening after some beautiful successes in the first round. If you have always wanted a WordCamp in your city but haven’t been able to get a community started, the incubator program is a great opportunity.
The WordPress project, software, and community are equally important. They all play a role in ensuring growth, progress, and success. A sizeable economy of users, builders, and business owners depends on it. That’s why staying informed is vital. And so much of the reporting and learning opportunities come from unofficial sources. We need more people within the WordPress community who are interested in writing and more places to amplify their voices.
WordCamp Europe is in the books, with the usual strong lineup of quality talks from excellent speakers. I (David) was unable to attend physically, but I watched both days of talks on the livestream. Since there were far too many talks to discuss here, I’ll make some personal notes on Om Malik’s interview of Matt…