January 15, 2017 — Dashboard: Media
April 14, 2016 — It’s a different world from the early 2000s days of personal blogs. Now we live in a world of Google, anonymous internet trolls and plugins which can contribute – or detract – from conversations. When and how do you curate comments? How do you engage people who use your website from conversations into communities? We’ll use this roundtable as an opportunity to share what has worked, what hasn’t, and swap war stories.
December 11, 2015 — Council meetings sit empty until a road closes, a subway schedule changes, or property taxes increase. Suddenly, meetings are packed with concerned residents. It’s often too late by that time. Use WordPress.com as an interactive digital communication tool to engage the public before meetings are crowded. Incorporate the public’s voice in your local planning process with simple steps outlined in this session.
May 8, 2015 — WordPress Comments screen
August 21, 2014 — Join Michael G. Calvert from Disqus as he teaches you how to identify good content that tends to generate the most comments and keep readers coming back regularly. Learn how to quickly remove and filter undesirable content from your site and apply both technical and human approaches to develop a more active and constructive community from his 5+ years of experience working with sites from around the web. This talk gives you the practical do’s and don’ts for managing your community with Disqus on WordPress.
May 29, 2010 — Isaac Keyet ( Automattic Inc. )
IntenseDebate : Image Better Comments
presentation at WordCamp Yokohama 2010 in English and Japanese
プレゼンテーション ワードキャンプ横浜2010 ＜英語音声／日本語音声＞
Video by Atsushi Ogisawa 荻澤 篤志 （ CMS Solutions K.K. ）
May 1, 2010 — Michael Koenig presents an introduction to the IntenseDebate commenting service and how it can enhance your site’s discussion in this lightning session.
Video provided by Blaze Streaming Media.
November 15, 2009 — Beau Lebens of Automattic explains and demonstrates the IntenseDebate commenting system in five minutes.
Video courtesy ISOC-NY.
September 19, 2009 — Matt Mullenweg of Automattic answers questions from the WordPress community, including making money from open source products, migrating from WordPress.com to WordPress.org, the history of WordPress, the roles system in WordPress, core vs. plugins, blog comments, WordPress security, and more.
Video production by Joe Christensen of Blaze Streaming Media.