June 17, 2017 — 1800 people gathered for this first day, coming from 82 countries. They were able to attend 16 talks, 8 lightning talks, workshops, tribe meetups and speed networking.
May 4, 2017 — his talk on will focus on why one should attend a WordCamp and how to make the most out of your WordCamp experience. With more WordCamps happening in India this year (props to WCUdaipur and WCKochi), Utsav’s talk comes just at the right moment.
He believes, he can provide a little something on how one can make the most out of this grand event. He thinks, be it in your city or miles away in another country, attending WordCamps should be more than just attending sessions.
April 29, 2017 — WordCamp Madrid has a special visit. Juan Hernando has come from the future to tell us how is the Internet in his future. He believes we can help him to change it and preserve Net Neutrality and the Open Web.
April 19, 2017 — Association WordPress Paris regularly organizes meetups in Paris. This time, the meetup takes place at Remix CoWorking. Before the presentations, one of the members of the association, Mathieu Viet, makes an announcement: WordCamp Europe (in Paris, this year) is approaching and Mathieu (who is in charge of the organization of Contributor’s day) tells the audience about this special day. What is it? How they can register etc…
March 15, 2017 — WordCamps are really a great place/event to get a lot of learnings, meeting new people, know more of WordPress and many more. All the attendees make the investment of their time and money to attend different WordCamps and therefore they are always very curious to know about ways they can get the most out of the WordCamp. Through all my personal experience attending different camps and interactions with other WordCamp attendees, I have compiled a checklist of things that would be very useful to all attendees of the WordCamp – for this one as well as all the future WordCamps.
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.