Categories Video State of the Word Post author By Matt Post date May 12, 2010 23 Comments on State of the Word Here’s the official video of the “State of the Word” presentation I did at WordCamp San Francisco this year. I hope you all enjoy it! https://videopress.com/v/wp-content/plugins/video/flvplayer.swf?ver=1.21 (Video from WordPress.tv and powered by VideoPress.) Share this: Related State of the Word, 2017December 6, 2017In "Asides"State of the Word 2012August 6, 2012In "Events"State of the Word 2018December 10, 2018In "Asides" Tags sotw ← New WordPress Tattoo → University of Houston profile 23 replies on “State of the Word” Thank you Matt and to the WordPress.tv team! Thanks Matt, as a long-term web designer for vBulletin and Drupal I only recently (starting at 2.7) included WordPress to list of skills 🙂 I really enjoyed watching this video, and its philosophy. Hopefully I’ll be watching this live someday at one of the dot NL camps. […] this year’s “State of the Word” presentation by WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg that he gave at WordCamp San Francisco […] scheduled mails … MailPress 5.0 RC1 can do this ! http://www.mailpress.org/mailpress_5.0_rc1.zip I meant for my email client! Are your slides available online, or will you make them available online? Thanks! That would be awesome. A download of the video would be awesome, too. I don’t really want to take the time to watch it online because my time online is limited, but I really do want to watch it. […] WordPress developer Matt Mullenweg posted a video yesterday of his keynote presentation at this years WordCamp in San Francisco (held May 1st 2010). […] If it’s not in the works something I’d like to see for plugin users: something like the iphone’s genius app for recommending plugins that may be of interest, based on what you’re already using. Very good presentation. Thanks for sharing your future plans for WP. From having your code in front of dozens of people to millions of users the world over, it is amazing to see and be a part (as a user) of the growth of WordPress. I just want to thank you for such an amazing platform. I look forward to the future! hi, first:I havent tried, but this plugin should do the job: https://addons.mozilla.org/de/thunderbird/addon/4791/ next: I read, you are into syntax highlighting for the editor inside WordPress. Have you looked at bespin for mozilla? It is pretty awesome. Great keynote btw (A lot better than Steve’s…) Wanted to watch/listen to this on my iPod Touch. … then I realized that won’t work. Would Love to see VideoPress compatible with iPhone/Touch/iPad. Coming anytime soon?! Of course. 🙂 good news! thanks. Faster please! … w/re to good old video and its extrication from flash player. firefox just crashed after the video ended. coincidence? Good State of the Word. Thanks for posting. OMG….Epic question!!!! is there a “I need you and you need me thing…” I laughed so hard! Very insightful and honest video, about the past present and future of WordPress and blogs in general. A lot of passion for blogging and Jazz … i wonder if you share the same passion to classical music? Thank you for sharing!! Great video Matt! Thanks for sharing. So many exceptional people doing amazing things with WordPress. :-] […] Mullenweg, durant le WordCamp San Francisco, a fait une présentation retraçant le passé, le présent et le future de WordPress… Une conférence intitulée “State of the Word” qui ressemble, en un peu plus […] Wow man that was really great and entertaining… You should do more talks and put them online. You saved my life! i would have died a loong time ago without WordPress. i had some very good laughs and found long needed hope watching you video! Thank you for being out there And don’t be all too nervous; you are the most loving and kind entrepreneur there is 🙂 […] been interested in attending a WordCamp for a long time. More so after I saw Matt’s keynote at WordCamp SF. I’ve been casually looking for a Salt Lake City or Utah WordCamp ever since […] Comments are closed.