‘sharing data’ Videos

  • Gary Pendergast: Connected WordPress

    Gary Pendergast: Connected WordPress

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Gary Pendergast

    July 2, 2016 — As WordPress grows beyond 25% of the internet, we have a unique opportunity to leverage that power. This talk will propose the Connected WordPress initiative, to connect all WordPress sites together into an Open Platform, for social, sharing and security.

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  • Emanuel Blagonic: How WordPress Changed the Face of Croatian Politics

    Emanuel Blagonic: How WordPress Changed the Face of Croatian Politics

    WordCamp London 2016Speaker: Emanuel Blagonic

    May 30, 2016 — The basic idea of WordPress was to redefine online publishing by allowing anyone to easily publish their articles. More than 10 years later, we used WordPress as an open source publishing platform to build a website for one of the largest cities in Croatia. I’ll tell you a story of how the city of Rijeka decided to go with open source software and how the people reacted to everything being open sourced as well. One of the first large-scale “design in the open” projects in Croatia is defining standards for future web development. We’re discussing the web design process, sharing knowledge with the public and asking citizens to be a part of the redesign effort. By delivering designs, HTML and CSS, WordPress theme and documents like Content Strategy and Accessibility Guidelines – we’re redefining what the public website should look like. And with the help of WordPress we’re promoting the power of publishing and transparency. Last but not least – I’ll tell you how the city of Rijeka helped us organise our first WordCamp Croatia in 2015, by believing in the power of WordPress.

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  • Jeni Tennison: How Much Should You Share Your Data?

    Jeni Tennison: How Much Should You Share Your Data?

    WordCamp Europe 2015Speaker: Jeni Tennison

    July 12, 2015 — Sharing data on the web can unlock benefits both for yourself and for others. We’ll explore the different ways data can be published, the advantages of publishing open data and the extra things you can do to make that data more accessible and easier for others to reuse.