November 6, 2014 — Want to be part of the community? Want to learn how you, YES YOU can give back to the WordPress community at large, even if you don’t know how to code?
Follow my journey from mild mannered homeschooling housewife, to well known community member who now works for a leading company in the WordPress ecosystem. Best part? I’ve done it all in my jammies.
November 2, 2014 — Last year, I co-released my first free WordPress theme, Flounder. The theme was well received, but we we weren’t prepared for supporting it after launch. I’ll talk about what I wish we had known prior to launching Flounder.
October 6, 2014 — WordPress gives us all so much for free. Thousands of lines of code, thousands of hours of other people’s time all for the unbelievable price of free. So, ready to give back? It’s easy. This talk covers several ways that you can contribute to WordPress including ways that you can contribute if you’re not a programmer.
October 4, 2013 — Developing an effective learning channel, architect the site for findability and engage in quick user testing should be a priority not an afterthought. Stand out with tips on writing, instructional and visual presentation for all types of learner.
September 26, 2009 — Jane Wells of Automattic talks briefly about the state of WordPress 2.9, then answers a handful of questions from the WordCamp audience about things like the WordPress community, how to engage volunteers, and the evolution of the WordPress UI.
Video production by Joe Christensen of Blaze Streaming Media.