I’m back from WordCamp and much thanks to the Blog Herald and b5media formaking it all happen for me. I had the unenviable task of choosing what URL to have printed on my nametag. No one should ever have to make that choice! ;)
Having never attended a “valley” event before, I don’t have a lot to compare the event to so I’ll just “wing it”.
As an event, it was more than Automattic intended it to be when it was first announced. As Matt Mullenweg puts it, he figured it would be 50 or so people crammed into his SF living room. Matt, you’re far too humble, man.
As an event that was organized in under a month, I think it was quite amazing. They excelled in some areas, such as BBQ (the best ever!), getting great session topics, and throwing an after party at a fabulous venue at Pier 38. Toni, how did you find that place?! Folks, it was essentially in an abandoned warehouse with a shoreside deck out back. Add about 10k square feet and some music and you have a rave happening. read more
You’ll also hear a significant sound difference with this podcast from our previous efforts as we’ve now setup a proper podcasting studio with some much higher quality equipment than what we were using before.
Hi all. I have been searching for live relevant information about what is being discussed at WordPress Camp in San Francisco today. Here are the sites I feel are doing a great job.
The Blog Herald is doing a great job of posting Wordcamp sessions as they are completed in separate posts containing links to what is being discussed. Aaron Brazell and David Krug, both writers for the Herald are liveblogging the event.
We’re glad that you enjoyed the coverage! Our hats are off to David and Aaron for their reporting from San Fransisco today.
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