‘Publishing’ Videos

  • Matthias Pfefferle: IndieWeb

    WordPress Meetup StuttgartSpeaker: Matthias Pfefferle

    November 9, 2020 — Fast jeder in der WordPress-Community ist Betreiber eines Blogs (oft schon von Berufswegen), warum finden wir auf den WordCamp Badges dann aber nur den Twitter-Handle?

    Klar, soziale Netzwerke bieten viele Vorteile im Gegensatz zu klassischen Webseiten. Schreibe ich einen Blogpost, erhalte ich kaum Resonanz, teile ich diesen Blogpost über Twitter, erhalte ich im Durchschnitt 5 Reaktionen. Soziale Netzwerke stellen aber auch ein Risiko dar. Netzwerke werden geschlossen, Regeln können sich ändern und man kann den Zugang zu ihnen verlieren. Warum sollten wir also nicht das Beste aus beiden Welten nutzen? Die Sicherheiten des eigenen Blogs und die Reichweite der sozialen Netze. Das IndieWeb ist eine Art “Web 2.0” Revival. Im Zentrum steht die eigene Webseite und Facebook, Twitter & Co. erweitern es um die soziale Komponente… und wer hätte gedacht, dass sich mit Pingbacks dezentrale Netzwerke bauen lassen?

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  • Lucia Walinchus: Top Cases in Internet Publishing

    WordCamp Publishers: Columbus 2019Speaker: Lucia Walinchus

    October 22, 2020 — The open web often conflicts with the proprietary one. It’s an understatement to suggest that the courts have been behind.

    This talk examines the big decisions that affected publishers in 2018-2019, and highlights some cases still under review that could affect publishers.

  • Chris Celek: You’re Actually in the Publishing Business and Just Don’t Know It

    WordCamp Dayton 2019Speaker: Chris Celek

    June 19, 2019 — WordPress is a powerful tool to help businesses and community organizations of any size communicate with the people they wish to serve. But having a website is not enough. Instead of using a website solely as a catalog or sales brochure that focuses only on your products and services, website owners should turn the spotlight on to their customers, who are searching online for information that helps them solve business and personal challenges. WordPress, because it’s so accessible to users of all skill levels, is the perfect platform for businesses and groups to regularly share insights and how-to details that their end-users crave. In this session, you will learn about five ways to use WordPress and third-party plugins that make it easier for you to publish more articles, infographics, photos and videos that meet your audience’s information needs.

  • Alexander Zuniga: WP Inception – Exponential Publishing with the REST API

    WordCamp Boston 2018Speaker: Alexander Zuniga

    January 8, 2019 — The use cases for the WP REST-API are truly endless. While the api has the potential to power the data for almost any non-WP application, we will discuss how the WP Rest-API can power content syndication across multiple WordPress sites for educational institutions, enterprise publishing/marketing, and even for humanitarian projects to help save lives. All of which while leveraging native WordPress features!

  • Alexis Lloyd: The evolution and future of publishing

    WordCamp US 2018Speaker: Alexis Lloyd

    January 1, 2019 — The experience of creating and sharing information has changed dramatically over the last decade and will only continue to evolve. How do we understand the present moment and anticipate the future of publishing in order to keep pace with both user needs and emerging technologies?

    This talk will provide a structured framework to help us understand how publishing has evolved (how we got to now) and what it might become in the near future. I will examine how the act of authoring has become more expansive, encompassing new kinds of users and different contexts for publishing, as well as how user expectations around content creation have changed. Which trends should we expect to see continue and where might we see radical changes in the publishing landscape? How might growing concerns around privacy affect how we create and publish online? In addition, we will explore emerging technologies like voice interfaces and machine learning, and examine what impact they might have on the future of publishing. Finally, we will look at the ways in which WordPress is uniquely suited to take advantage of the current moment, and what new opportunities could be in store for the future.

  • koujikozaki: オープンデータ公開プラットフォームとしてのWordPressへの期待

    WordCamp Kansai 2016Speaker: koujikozaki

    July 20, 2016 — オープンデータとは,誰でも自由に利用できる形で公開されているデータです.



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  • Lisa Melegari: From Blog to Book – Re-purposing Your WordPress Blog into an eBook

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Lisa Melegari

    December 14, 2015 — Take your WordPress blog content to the next level when you re-purpose it into a digital eBook! eBooks are the new hot trend in marketing your website’s content, and you can assemble one easily using tools you likely already own! Learn about free vs. paid distribution options and how each style can benefit your website promotion strategy!

  • Kristen Symonds: 15 Cool Things You (Maybe) Didn’t Know WordPress Could Do

    WordCamp Brisbane 2015Speaker: Kristen Symonds

    October 2, 2015 — This talk is aimed at users to get the most out of their WordPress publishing experience.
    Kristen’s talk will include some of the overlooked parts of WordPress admin such as:

    – The Help menu.
    – Screen Options.
    – Drag & drop media.
    – Inserting multiple images at once.
    – Use the Edit Selection section of media dialogue.
    – Page Ordering.
    – Bulk Edit.
    – Emoji.
    – And many more!

  • Alexander Lüken: Podcasts publizieren mit dem Podlove Publisher

    WordCamp Cologne 2015Speaker: Alexander Lüken

    July 15, 2015 — Der Podlove Podcast Publisher ist ein Plugin für WordPress zum effizienten Publizieren von Podcasts. Der in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Podcastern entwickelte Publisher bietet weit mehr Funktionalität als herkömmliche Podcast-Plugins, ist überaus flexibel konfigurierbar, über eigene Templates erweiterbar und bietet umfangreiche Statistiken.

    Alex erläutert, wie der Publisher aufgebaut ist, welche Features er bietet und warum man danach nichts anderes mehr anfassen will.