In or near Ontario and love WordPress? Get out your calendar, because WordCamp Toronto 2014 is now scheduled for November 15-16. This will be the seventh WordCamp to be organized in Toronto, and we can’t wait to see what the volunteer organizing team has in store for you this year. Subscribe to site updates so you won’t miss a thing!
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Members of the WordCamp organizing team in Winnipeg have regretfully decided that they won’t be able to plan a WordCamp in 2014. The local WordPress meetup is still meeting regularly, so don’t despair. If you would like to help organize community events in Winnipeg, helping with the local meetup group is a great way to get started.
Due to a conflict with another large event in nearby Cluj-Napoca, WordCamp Romania (to be held in Timișoara this year) has changed its date to June 28-29. Think of it as another whole week to get excited about WordCamp!
Categories News, WordCamps
If you can’t wait to get your ticket for WordCamp NYC, then don’t! Registration opened yesterday, and the call for speakers was posted this morning. If you don’t want to speak at the event but would like to recommend someone to speak, they’ve also opened a “reverse” call for speakers as well, which will be open until April 23.
WordCamp NYC is a big event, but also pretty darned popular. Don’t put off buying your ticket — you don’t want to miss all the WordPress fun!
Why are so many North Carolinians smiling today? Probably because WordCamp Asheville — the first of its name — just opened ticket sales. The schedule will be announced soon, so keep your eyes peeled!
Sadly, the WordCamp Brighton organizing team has concluded that they can’t pull together WordCamp this year; they’re hoping to resume planning in 2015. In the meantime, check out the local Brighton WordPress meetup. If you’re interesting in helping organize WordPress community events in Brighton, helping with the local meetup is a great place to start.
If you’re in Austin, Texas and have always wanted to contribute to the WordPress project, mark April 25 on your calendar for WordCamp Austin’s Contributor Day. Not a developer? There are lots of ways to help WordPress that don’t include code!
If you’re busy Friday but still want to spend a couple of days geeking out over WordPress, tickets are still available for WordCamp Austin, April 26-27. With four tracks of super-cool WordPress content, there’s something for everyone that weekend. Don’t delay; register today!
If you’re close to Charleston, South Carolina and love WordPress, May could be your lucky month. The first WordCamp Charleston that the world has ever seen is coming on May 17, with a schedule that just won’t quit. Tickets are on sale now; check out all the cool people who’re already planning to attend — you should join them!