‘community’ Videos

  • Mickey Kay: The Art of N00b - Tips for beginners in the world of WordPress

    Mickey Kay: The Art of N00b – Tips for beginners in the world of WordPress

    WordCamp San Francisco 2014Speaker: Mickey Kay

    October 31, 2014 &#8212 New to the world of WordPress? Wondering how best to jump in? Intimidated by all the stuff you “don’t know”? Come join the party for an action-packed flash talk covering LOADS of goodies including: simple steps to getting involved, experience-based insights for developing your skills, plenty of useful resources for your bookmarks tab, and lots more. The talk will also cover some of my own adventures in WordPress land, including some of the projects, plugins, and people I’ve been involved with. So if you’re newer to the WordPress community and want to up your game (build a plugin, code a theme, get involved, etc), come join us!

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  • Boone Gorges: Be a Volunteer, not a Martyr - a Practical Guide to Contributing

    Boone Gorges: Be a Volunteer, not a Martyr – a Practical Guide to Contributing

    WordCamp San Francisco 2014Speaker: Boone Gorges

    October 31, 2014 &#8212 This talk will present a number of arguments for why WordPress professionals ought to volunteer time to the project, arguments that will focus on practical and financial considerations rather than on moral ones. Boone Gorges will argue that the WordPress contributor pool is too concentrated, in a way that has the potential to do disservice to people who specialize in WordPress at the freelance and small-business level. Boone also outlines several concrete strategies for organizing one’s contributions in such a way as to minimize financial sacrifices.

  • Aaron Campbell: The WordPress Community - Getting Involved

    Aaron Campbell: The WordPress Community – Getting Involved

    WordCamp Dallas/Fort Worth 2014Speaker: Aaron Campbell

    October 26, 2014 &#8212 Aaron talks about becoming involved in the WordPress Community. Everybody, from user to developer, can make a contribution and make a difference.

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  • Hiromichi Koga: All We Really Need to Know We Have Learned from WordPress. ー 私たちはWordPressからなにを学んだのか? ー

    Hiromichi Koga: All We Really Need to Know We Have Learned from WordPress. ー 私たちはWordPressからなにを学んだのか? ー

    WordCamp Kansai 2014Speaker: Hiromichi Koga

    August 21, 2014 &#8212 デジタルキューブは、日本ではじめてWordPress.ORGのコンサルタントリストに掲載された企業で、デジタルキューブが主催するチーム「め組」には日本語開発チームのメンバーやコア貢献者、著名なプラグインの開発者などが在籍し、これらの活動を通してWordPressコミュニティと深く関わってきました。

    最近では、AmimotoというWordPress環境をAWS上で公開するなどの活動により、AWSマーケットプレイスに出品する数少ない国内企業の1つとして、海外に活躍の場を移しつつあります。

    このセッションでは、デジタルキューブがオープンソースやコミュニティに深く携わってきた中で、何を得て何を学んできたかを紹介いたします。

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  • Panel Discussion: Asian WordPress and Community

    Panel Discussion: Asian WordPress and Community

    WordCamp Kansai 2014Speakers: Hitoshi Omagari, Munetada Saga, Yongjia Xie

    August 21, 2014 &#8212 今やワールドワイドで60言語以上ものパッケージを要するWordPress。
    アジアにおける日本以外のWordPressの発展状況はどうなっているのか
    コミュニティの活動状況を中心に、利用状況などを含めたアジア全体での動向を紹介します

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  • Steve Roy: What Vladimir Putin Teaches Us About Handling Trolls

    Steve Roy: What Vladimir Putin Teaches Us About Handling Trolls

    WordCamp Seattle 2014Speaker: Steve Roy

    August 16, 2014 &#8212 Vladimir Putin is currently the bad guy of the world. Recently his actions are similar to that of an internet troll, whose primary objective is to instigate a negative response and disorder. Join Steve Roy as he breaks down the patented behavioral methods that trolls of all kinds use. Showing you both technical and human approaches to creating a cleaner, and more civil online community space supported by data from Disqus powered communities, this talk gives you practical do’s and don’ts when it comes to dealing with online incivility.

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  • Ben Lobaugh: From Zero to WordPress Hero

    Ben Lobaugh: From Zero to WordPress Hero

    WordCamp Philly 2014Speaker: Ben Lobaugh

    July 31, 2014 &#8212 Do you love WordPress and are interested in getting involved with the community but bewildered at how to “get in”? Wonder no more! This session walks you through freely available resources to help you get involved in any aspect of the community that interests you and take you from an unknown zero to a WordPress hero!

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  • Konstantin Obenland: Contributing to WordPress

    Konstantin Obenland: Contributing to WordPress

    WordCamp Tokyo 2013Speakers: Konstantin Obenland, Naoko Takano

    June 22, 2014 &#8212 WordPress への貢献(Contributing to WordPress)

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    WordPress オープンソースプロジェクトには開発者・デザイナー、そして問題解決が得意な人にとって参加の機会がたくさんあります。このセッションでは WordPress のエコシステム、そして WordPress コアプロジェクトに関わる興味深いグループの数々、それらに参加するためのリファレンスをご紹介します。また、「WordPress に貢献することで日々の業務にどういった好影響があるのか?」という疑問にもお答えします。開発サイクル、コア機能開発の新アプローチ、プラグイン開発ベストプラクティス、Twenty Fourteen 次期デフォルトテーマなどについても触れています。

    スピーカー: コンスタンティン・オーベンランド
    通訳: 高野直子

  • Andrea Middleton: WordPress Community: Choose Your Own Adventure

    Andrea Middleton: WordPress Community: Choose Your Own Adventure

    WordCamp Orange County 2014Speaker: Andrea Middleton

    June 10, 2014 &#8212 You are working with WordPress when you find yourself in the strange, dimly lit Cave of Community. Gradually you can make out two passageways. One curves downward to the right; the other leads upward to the left.

    The choices you make in the WordPress community define your WordPress adventure. I’ll share stories of decisions and outcomes I’ve seen during my three years as a WordPress community manager. The possibilities are endless, but this talk will be about 30 minutes.

  • Panel Discussion: WordPress Face-to-Face: Fostering Your Local (And Digital) Community

    Panel Discussion: WordPress Face-to-Face: Fostering Your Local (And Digital) Community

    WordCamp Chicago 2013Speakers: John James Jacoby, Dusty Filippini, Andy Christian

    October 19, 2013 &#8212 WordPress is lucky to have not only a vibrant online community, but a myriad of local, face-to-face, WordPress communities. But, if you don’t have a local community in your area, how do you start one? What can you do to maintain an active, flourishing, local group?

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