As if August in Portland, Maine wasn’t already pretty great, WordPress enthusiasts have yet another reason to rejoice this summer: the very first WordCamp Maine is being planned for August 15-17! Their call for speakers is open, so if you have something to share with the Maine WordPress community, don’t be shy. Tickets are only $30 for a whole lot of WordPress knowledge and fun, so register today!
Bournemouth’s a nice kind of place to be in July, so why not buy a ticket to WordCamp Bournemouth, scheduled for July 12-13? Early bird tickets are still available, and a weekend of WordPress fun might be just what your summer needs.
This year’s WordCamp Ventura County will mark the first of its kind in the Ventura area. The community there is small but enthusiastic, and they’re planning a cozy WordCamp packed with fun. Subscribe to their site to keep on top of all the exciting announcements!
Mark your calendars, because WordCamp Boston will be August 23-24th at the MIT Media Lab. There’s so much to love about Boston, and when you throw WordPress into the mix, you’ve got a syllabus of fun! If you just can’t wait to talk WordPress in Boston, you can attend their monthly WordPress meetup in the meantime.
If you’re counting the days to WordCamp Europe… well, you’re probably pretty good at counting. But it’s no use marking your calendar if you don’t get a ticket, is it? Mark your calendars again, this time for June 15, when WordCamp Europe tickets will go on sale. In the meantime, subscribe to the site so you don’t miss the call for speakers and sponsors, expected to go out next week.
Is WordPress more delicious on the banks of the Loire? This year you might just find out. Community volunteers have been approved to start planning WordCamp Nantes for 2014. If you’re in Nantes and just can’t wait to connect with other WordPress enthusiasts, check out their local monthly meetup in the meantime!
Russian WordPress enthusiasts, rejoice! A group of community volunteers has begun organizing a second WordCamp, to be held in Moscow. The organizing team hopes to finalize their venue soon, so subscribe to WordCamp Russia for more information and stay tuned. If you can’t wait for all that awesome, maybe you should check out their local monthly meetup.
WordCamp Hamburg has published its schedule, and German WordPress enthusiasts are going to be hearing some very interesting talks on June 14-15. With lots of content about internationalization and translations as well as some interesting sessions about ecommerce, typography, and theme building, we think this event will be something really memorable.
Monday June 16 will be the first official WordCamp Contributor Day in Germany. If you’re at all interested in contributing to the WordPress project, you should check it out!