WordCamp North Canton has set its date! Ohio WordPress enthusiasts, mark your calendars for May 2-3 and get ready for some awesome WordPress learning and fun.
If you’re in northern Ohio and would like to help the organizing team, email the organizing team or attend the North East Ohio WordPress Meetup.
Widely recognized as jewels in the WordCamp crown, WordCamp Orange County and WordCamp Philly are both getting planning underway for 2014. If you’re interested in helping out, you can email the OC organizing team or email the Philly organizing team.
If you just can’t wait until WordCamp happens, both communities have great local meetups that you could also check out:
OC WordPress Group
Philadelphia WordPress Meetup Group
Philly ‘burbs WordPress Meetup
WordPress lovers in Yorkshire, rejoice! WordCamp Sheffield is coming your way in 2014.
Lead organizer of Steel City’s inaugural WordCamp will be the inimitable Kimb Jones. If you’d like to help WordCamp Sheffield come to be, attend the local meetup (6:30pm on the 2nd Tuesday or Wednesday of every month at one of their fine venues in the center of Sheffield) or email the organizing team.
WordCamp Miami has decided to reschedule their event; they’re now holding WordCamp on May 10-11. Your Memorial Day weekend just opened up – what are you going to do with it? :)
Happy New Year from WordCamp Central! 2013 was an amazing year, and we’re so excited about all the wonderful WordCamps already in planning for 2014 as well as the events that are still only the idea stage.
We’d like 2014 to be the best year for WordCamps so far, and we’d love to hear your suggestions! Please share with us one thing — big or little — that would make your WordCamp experience better, in the comments below.
WordPress enthusiasts in Mumbai will rejoice to hear that WordCamp returns to the City of Dreams on March 15-16 at IES Manik Sabha Griha. Lead organizers Alexander Gounder and Aditya Kane will be making their call for speakers, sponsors, and volunteers very soon. In the meantime, the Mumbai WordPress meetup meets monthly and is open to everyone.
Wish there was a way for you to know as soon as possible when a new WordCamp goes on the schedule? Now you can subscribe to newly announced WordCamps with RSS!
If you already use RSS, just copy and paste http://central.wordcamp.org/wordcamps/feed/ into your aggregator.
If you’re new to RSS, you can get started by signing up for a (free) service like Feedly or NewsBlur. Or if you prefer desktop applications, check out FeedReader for Windows, NetNewsWire for OS X, and Liferea for Linux.
If all this talk of RSS makes you long for the good ol’ days of e-mail, you can use a service like Blogtrottr or RSSFWD to get notifications of new WordCamps in your inbox.
Thank you to Media Temple for their commitment to sponsor every WordCamp in the US at the WordCamp Pillar level for 2014 via the multi-event sponsorship program. This pledge will really help WordCamp organizers to spend less time fundraising and spend more time focused on WordCamp programming and planning, which really helps us create the most educational and inspiring events possible.
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Huge props to Media Temple for their commitment to WordCamps all over the US!