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WordCamp San Francisco Speakers Announced

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August 6th, 2008
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The speaker list for the grand daddy of all WordCamps, WordCamp San Francisco has been announced. The list includes many notable people such as Lloyd Budd, Matt Mullenweg and others. Here are the details. When – Saturday, August 16, 2008 Where – Mission Bay Conference Center, San Francisco — Map Why – To get WordPress users together, learn from each other, figure out the future of publishing the web, and have a good time. Sam Bauers – Sam will be speaking about upgrading WordPress and how to do it hassle free. Lloyd Budd – Lloyd will be discussing the aspect of switching to WordPress. I’ll be particularly interested in what Lloyd has to say in terms of migrating from one system to WordPress. Aaron Brazell – Aaron should be no stranger to most within the WordPress community. He’ll be discussing the aspect of search and findability. Tantek Celik – Tantek […]

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Matt M On WordPress Weekly

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May 27th, 2008
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Matt Mullenweg and surprise special guest, Andy Peatling of the BuddyPress project stopped by for a one hour live interview on the WordPress Weekly Podcast. Within this interview, a number of questions were answered in regards to WordPress Trademark and logo usage, status updates on Akismet, Bbpress, TalkPress, BuddyPress, WordPress.com, WordPress.org, Theme Repository, Gravatar, the role that Warwick will play within Automattic, an explanation as to how the 2.5 administration redesign became a reality, how much influence do the end users of WordPress have on the development of the project, and last but not least, we discussed the Google Gears implementation into WordPress 2.6. The interview was conducted by yours truly. I apologize up front for the first 15 minutes of the show. While the interview was taking place, a chord on the speaker phone device was accidentally pulled out, causing it to reboot. Matt later called in with his […]

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