‘Contributing’ Videos

  • Julio Potier: Pourquoi et comment contribuer au projet WordPress ?

    Julio Potier: Pourquoi et comment contribuer au projet WordPress ?

    WordCamp Paris 2016Speaker: Julio Potier

    May 14, 2016 — « Contribuez à WordPress ! » Quand je dis ça, souvent on me réponds « mais je ne suis pas développeur » ou « oui mais quoi faire et où ? »
    Depuis l’an dernier, 2014, je trouve que le projet WordPress en France a pris beaucoup d’ampleur, et ceci grâce à toutes les nouvelles contributions justement, aimeriez-vous, vous aussi vous impliquer dans ce projet ?
    Il ne faut pas forcément être un développeur pour contribuer à l’amélioration de votre CMS favori, il existe énormément de moyens de contribution et je suis certain que vous pourriez trouver le vôtre.
    Je vous donne toutes les solutions pour pouvoir devenir, vous aussi, contributeur WordPress, que vous soyez un blogueur, un développeur, un designer, un traducteur, un particulier, un freelance, une entreprise de n’importe quelle taille, il existe pour chacun, quelque soit votre niveau, statut, un moyen de contribuer.
    Venez m’écouter sur scène le 05 février à Paris, je vous livre tous ces secrets.

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  • Mike Hansen: Community Involvement and Bettering Yourself

    Mike Hansen: Community Involvement and Bettering Yourself

    WordCamp Miami 2016Speaker: Mike Hansen

    April 10, 2016 — Learn how to get more involved in your local community and how to contribute to the group while reaping the rewards of the group’s collective knowledge. Meetup groups can be a great place to learn and grow. Share ideas and troubleshoot problems with others. There is no community more helpful and interested in your success than the WP community.

  • Zachary Skaggs: Codeless Contribution – Making WordPress Better as a non-Developer

    Zachary Skaggs: Codeless Contribution – Making WordPress Better as a non-Developer

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Zachary Skaggs

    April 4, 2016 — In 2014 Matt Mullenweg coined the phrase “Five for the Future” when asking those who make their living on the WordPress platform to give back to the WordPress community in some way by donating 5% of their time to the project. It’s an awesome goal, but can be intimidating and seem out of reach for a majority of WordPress users (especially non-developers). Here we will discuss many ways to leave a positive mark on the future of WordPress without writing a single line of code. From beginner to pro, ANYONE can contribute to WordPress with minimal effort if they know where to look.

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  • Lisa Melegari: How My Shortcomings in WordPress Make Me a Better Contributor

    Lisa Melegari: How My Shortcomings in WordPress Make Me a Better Contributor

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Lisa Melegari

    March 26, 2016 — We can’t all be experts, but we all can do something to contribute to the WordPress project. I’ll be the first to admit I’m still a beginner with WordPress even after using it for 8 years. But I never let my lack of knowledge hinder me from being a source of help and service to the WordPress community. I’m here to share my story of how anyone, regardless of WordPress know-how, can get involved and do some good in their local community or the WordPress project at large.

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  • Jenny Wong: Sharing Knowledge

    Jenny Wong: Sharing Knowledge

    WordCamp Cape Town 2015Speaker: Jenny Wong

    February 15, 2016 — The open source community works because of the amount of knowledge that is shared between people. Although everyone has knowledge and experiences to share, many do not feel they have anything worthy of saying.
    In this talk, you will learn that everyone has something to share, how to generate talk topics based on conversations you have every day with your peers, and discuss the different methods of sharing – not all of it is on a stage.
    We will also review the impact of the share mentality and how it is helpful even for your business.

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  • Ivan Rachieli: Come si usa Slack per partecipare alla community di WordPress

    Ivan Rachieli: Come si usa Slack per partecipare alla community di WordPress

    WordPress Meetup TorinoSpeaker: Ivan Rachieli

    February 10, 2016 — Ivan ci racconta come usare Slack per partecipare alla comunità di WordPress italiana e quella internazionale. Da questo speech potresti trarre degli spunti anche per usare Slack nel tuo team di lavoro.

  • Hans-Helge Bürger: Lightning Talk - Think B4 U Code

    Hans-Helge Bürger: Lightning Talk – Think B4 U Code

    WordCamp Berlin 2015Speaker: Hans-Helge Bürger

    February 5, 2016 — As developer we can get excited about a new project idea and immediately we start coding and hacking to get a first alpha version ready. But in most cases our initial implementation idea is by far neither the best nor the fastest to implement. In this lightning talk I want to show you one example, where I exploit another plugin to accomplish my task and it saved me a lot of time.

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  • Petya Raykovska: On Making WordPress

    Petya Raykovska: On Making WordPress

    WordCamp Croatia 2015Speaker: Petya Raykovska

    January 11, 2016 — This is a talk about contributing to WordPress for the right reasons and making the most of your contribution time. It covers the most common reasons people have started to contribute and kept contributing and gives a brief overview at all the different contributor teams on the project.

  • Kyle Maurer: Contributing To WordPress Meta

    Kyle Maurer: Contributing To WordPress Meta

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Kyle Maurer

    December 13, 2015 — Interested in contributing to WordPress but aren’t sure exactly where to start? The WordPress Meta team is responsible for all the official sites for the open source project and community. Websites such as wordpress.org, wordcamp.org, wordpress.tv, developer.wordpress.org, codex.wordpress.org and many others are continuously being maintained and improved by volunteers on the Meta team. There is a lot that needs to be done and more help is always needed. All skill sets are welcome. In this session we’ll discuss what the Meta team does, what is needed and how you can get involved.

  • Morgan Estes: Scratching an Itch - Taking the First Step to Becoming a WordPress Contributor

    Morgan Estes: Scratching an Itch – Taking the First Step to Becoming a WordPress Contributor

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Morgan Estes

    December 12, 2015 — was a mild-mannered developer until that fateful day: the day I submitted my first patch to WordPress. Although I didn’t realize it at the time, it was that moment that would begin to change the way I thought about development, community, and what it meant to be a contributor to an Open Source project.

    My contributions to WordPress have taken the form of talks, patches, code reviews, and documentation, but they’ve nearly all started in the same place: solving a problem that I (or someone close to me) had at the time. Together we’ll learn some ways for you to find a way to become a contributor and, just maybe, help scratch someone else’s itch at the same time.

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