May 4, 2017 — In this session Makrand would help people understand, translating WordPress into Marathi is easy & simple.
Anyone having knowledge of English and Marathi language can do it.
WordPress Polyglot site is made for Localization of WordPress. Makrand would like to motivate people to contribute to it.
WordPress is already available to use in the Marathi language. If more people’s starts contributing, more themes and plugins can be translated.
There are more than hundreds of popular themes and plugins on WordPress repository. If at least they are translated into Marathi then many Marathi peoples can use WordPress easily in Marathi.
On the occasion of Global Translation Day first, Makrand gathered many peoples to translate WordPress in Marathi. He found that some suggestions were getting rejected by General translation editor (GTE).
Not every time, GTE can explain reasons for rejecting strings. But Makrand will guide new contributor and explain them ways to get in touch with Marathi GTEs. So better translations will be possible.
Also, attendees will know benefits of contributing back to the community.
April 30, 2017 — Compatibility is a cornerstone of WordPress, unfortunately, not something nearly enough community members take seriously, whether its contributing to core, plugin, theme or even organizing meetups.
Harshad Mane’s talk would focus on all aspects of how to make your plugin, theme, and your local community compatible with WordPress.
Harshad would like to share his thoughts on how to make things/people work together without conflict(s) building a healthy community.
April 30, 2017 — With WordPress 4.7, the concept of adding starter content to themes has been introduced.
Jitesh will conduct his session in Marathi, and help you get an overview of starter content. How it can help provide a great experience to your theme users.
So if you are a someone who is getting your hands dirty with creating themes and prefer Marathi, you might want to catch Jitesh’s talk.
April 30, 2017 — Avadhoot loves marketing and has been an evangelist of remote work for more than 2.5 years now.
He has been fortunate to serve clients across the globe (USA, Middle East, South East Asia) from his comforting home-office and/or coffee shops in Pune, India.
In his experience, as a remote worker, he is happier and more productive. He has also noticed that his communication skills have improved and he has been able to convey more in fewer words since started to work remotely.
At WordCamp Pune, Avadhoot will discuss remote work. Mainly he’ll cover:
Reasons to choose remote work
Skills to be developed for productive remote work
Also, he looks forward to a discussion about how a business can go from 100% office to office -remote and eventually 100% remote.
This will include tools that can be used and approach to be developed for better and effective remote work.