I’m going to be in China later this week for WordCamp Shanghai and Beijing. Really looking forward to meeting all the WordPress users there.
The best ongoing coverage of WordCamp SF I’ve seen is on ZDNet today. If you post/Flickr use the tags “wordcamp” and “wordcampsf2008”. See also: Techcrunch’s coverage.
Photos from WordCamp San Francisco. Guest photographer: Heather Rasley.
Get A Gravatar Ready For WordCamp 2008 Badges. I think this is the first time Gravatars have gone physical. Really excited about it! They’re generated on the fly using PHP and the PDF library.
WordCamp San Francisco 2008 Signup. Signup is now open for WordCamp SF, and it’s $5 cheaper than last year even though we’re at a bigger venue (with more comfortable seats, based on your feedback) and should be packing more awesomeness. Who’s going to be speaking on what? Well that’s still a surprise. 🙂
Geniuses for WordCamp SF Bar?. Lloyd is organizing a “Genius bar” at WordCamp San Francisco of volunteers to help everybody with their WP problems. I love it!
I’m leaving tomorrow for Milan where I’ll be attending WordCamp Italy. Hope to see some of you there!
I’m looking forward to WordCamp Dallas next week. I’m in Houston getting my wisdom teeth out on Monday, but I’m hoping to be back at full-speed for the conference.
WordCamp Argentina finished up today and was a fantastic event, great turnout too. Congrats to the many people who contributed to its success. I haven’t seen any coverage in English yet, but I expect that and photos soon. I’m in Buenos Aires until Sunday night so looking forward to exploring the city much more.
I’ll be at WordCamp Argentina on October 31st. Do they celebrate Halloween there?
I’m still recovering from the conference this weekend. It was really amazing in both the people who attended and the quality of the presentations. Anyone have a good roundup post or liveblog any sessions? Leave it in the comments. The session pages are picking up pingbacks but seem to be missing some good stuff.