May 6, 2018 — This talk is an overview of which areas the WordPress.org site consists of, what does the WordPress Meta team do, and how you can contribute code and ideas for the Plugin or Theme Directory, Support Forums, or any other part of WordPress.org.
March 12, 2018 — This talk addresses what comes next: How do you spend your contributing time efficiently? How do you find access to developer groups? How do you make your ideas heard? Following up on your first contribution efforts is not always as straightforward as one may expect, and the goal of this talk is to prepare you for a beneficial long-term relationship as a core contributor, by presenting advanced techniques and clarifying expectations.”
September 26, 2017 — Did you know WordPress is made of people? It’s true – and you can be one of them too! Join us for an open discussion about how to get started contributing to open source software. We’ll cover the different teams found on WordPress.org, share our tips on how we got started, and hopefully inspire you to consider starting too.
November 2, 2016 — More often than not the average WordPress user doesn’t understand the core principles behind the idea of open source software like WordPress. This often leads to misdirected frustration by users at what is seen as a lack of product support. The talk will look at the realities of an open source project and how you can get involved and help make a difference.
August 8, 2016 — Petya is a Senior Project Manager at Human Made.
She was one of the organizers of WordCamp Europe and is an active Polyglots & Community team member.
Petya travel for music, likes carrot cake (just a little bit) and loves to make things happen.
August 6, 2016 — WordPress would be nothing if it weren’t for the thousands of people contributing to the project, but what if you’re not a developer or designer and still want to be involved?
Adam was faced with these very questions and quickly learned that it’s much easier to contribute than he previously thought. In this session, Adam shares the top five ways in which non-developers can contribute to WordPress—from participating in the WordPress community through support forums, to reviewing documentation and even understanding patches in Core. Adam also shares bonus ways to contribute for those wanting to completely immerse themselves in the WordPress community. Session attendees will learn new ways to get involved and gain a greater understanding of how their participation makes a difference to millions of users worldwide.
August 2, 2016 — Do you love WordPress? Want to pitch in and help out? Not sure how? It doesn’t matter if you’re a designer, a developer, a translator, or just someone that uses WordPress on your own, everybody is welcome to contribute to WP.
June 22, 2016 — Como contribuir com o desenvolvimento do core do WordPress
O objetivo dessa palestra foi apresentar a organização do desenvolvimento do core do WordPress visando estimular a participação de novos desenvolvedores brasileiros nesse processo.
Rodrigo Primo discutiu as ferramentas básicas que alguém que está começando precisa conhecer para enviar seu primeiro patch. Em especial o Trac, o Slack, o repositório wordpress-develop, o grunt patch e o make.wordpress.org.
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.