January 26, 2017 — “What is your wish for WP in 2017?” That was one of the questions the VINUBIS crew and I asked to our interviewees at WordCamp US.
From “more REST API” and “better user experience”, to “improved theme or plugin repositories,” we got a little bit of all! Just watch all our WCUS interviews on the VINUBIS Video Editor Youtube channel.
A few interesting conversations arose around the growth of the Asian WordPress community. Some of the main representatives of this community were present at WCUS and they shared with us their hopes for a “WordCamp Asia.” Probably not in 2017, but hopefully in 2018, as they all explain in this video.
December 11, 2016 — At Montreal’s first WordCamp, only four women spoke throughout the two-day, two-track event. People noticed. It didn’t feel right. Something had to change. By 2016, we’d had two straight WordCamps with at least 50% women speakers. How did we get from there to here? I’ll look at some of the strategies we used to #changetheratio.
December 7, 2016 — Utsav Singh Rathour is a WordPress enthusiast and a developer by passion.
His talk on WordCamp this year has focused on why one should attend a WordCamp. While this might look a little odd, given that he be talked about this in a WordCamp, but he believes, he can provide a little something on how one can make the most out of this grand event.
November 26, 2016 — These are just a few random chats I was able to record during WordCamp Ann Arbor 2016. Many thanks to Andrea Rennick, Derek Miller, Joel Worsham, Marianna Juliette, Rich & Nicole Robinkoff and Seth Alling
October 25, 2016 — This 5 minute video from WordCamp Sydney 2016 interviews several people about their thoughts on WordCamps.
Questions include: Is this your first WordCamp, What do you like about WordCamps, What would you say to someone who is thinking about attending a WordCamp, What advice would you give someone who is thinking about speaking at a WordCamp and Are you thinking about volunteering.
October 8, 2016 — Published still photography ends up getting exponentially more views than videography, and all Campers benefit from it being done well — yet any successful image is the result of teamwork. What does a successful image capture in the WordPress space? I’ll be sharing best practices for speakers when there’s a photographer in the room, for the camera-shy when engaging with a photographer at a Camp, for doing photography at WordCamps, for contributing photography to Camp sites and hubs like those I’ve created in working with the WP Photo Project, and for publishing your own.
August 28, 2016 — Are you ready to CARVE out a clear path to reach your goals?
Shane will show you how to use WordPress to achieve success no matter what industry or community you’re in.