Wait, did you say BuddyCamp? It’s true! An event exclusively focused on BuddyPress is being planned in Vancouver for October 14 and 15, right after WordCamp Vancouver (and at the same location! so convenient!).
BuddyCamp Vancouver just announced their call for speakers – send them an application or stay tuned for other ways you can get involved!
After a long search, WordCamp Mumbai has found a venue and set a date! Mark your calendars for October 20-21 – it’s going to be busy with 5 WordCamps scheduled for that weekend, all over the world!
We’re so excited to have an Indian WordCamp on the schedule, and we can’t wait to see what Mumbai comes up with.
Did you know the first ever WordCamp Buffalo will be held this year, at Lyons Hall in Canisus College, on October 20? They’ll have a great lineup, a happiness bar, and all the awesome you could ever wish for in a WordCamp. Buy a ticket today!
Want a WordCamp Chicago t-shirt but can’t attend WordCamp Chicago? Want one for your grandma or kid sister? It’s your lucky day, because now (if you’re in the Chicago area) WordCamp Chicago tees are on sale separately - meaning, you don’t have to buy a whole extra WordCamp ticket to get a t-shirt! Is that deal better than a deep dish pizza? You decide.
Organizers for WordCamp Vegas opened registration today! Go grab your ticket; the lineup this year looks great. WordCamps have been organized in Vegas since 2009, and everyone seems to agree that the community is getting pretty good at it. ;)
This is the first WordCamp for Providence; the local meetup has been active since 2009, and they’re ready to hold their first large-scale event. WordCamp Providence will be held on October 27 at the University of Rhode Island’s Providence campus. The organizers will be posting a formal call for speakers, sponsors, and volunteers very soon. Go Providence!
Tomorrow WordCamp São Paulo‘s call for speakers will end. Have you submitted your session idea yet? If not, there’s still time! Propose your talk now through the form here: http://saopaulo.wp-brasil.org/proposta/
They’re accepting ideas for both workshops and presentations. The topic must be related to WordPress, and it’s best to indicate which of the three tracks it applies to: programming, design, or content.
What are you waiting for? WordCamp Sao Paulo wants YOU!