Schedule

This year we’re trying something new — in addition to the traditional WordCamp SF at Mission Bay,  we’ll be hosting a community summit to bring together contributors to the open source project with the WordPress professionals who are investing in the platform, as well as mini-meetups for the active contributor teams.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Time Robertson Auditorium (Upstairs) Fisher Banquet Room (Downstairs)
8:00 amRegistration Opens
9:00 amMigrating 17 WP blogs on WIRED.com into one WordPress Install Kathleen VignosLessons Learned from Unlocking the Web Cody Brown
9:30 amBreak
9:45 amFire Alarm!Fire Alarm!
10:15 amBreak
10:30 amLightning Talks: Doing it Right Zack Tollman, Joe DolsonLightning Talks: Design & Business Taylor Aldridge, Jennifer Bourn, Tracy Levesque
10:50 amBreak
11:00 amBe a Volunteer, not a Martyr: a Practical Guide to Contributing Boone GorgesDesign with Personas: A Lean Approach Davide Casali
11:30 amBreak
11:45 amThe Future of WordPress is Global Andrew NacinFrom the Front Lines of Multi-Device Web Design Luke Wroblewski
12:30 pmLunch
2:00 pmLightning Talks: WordPress in Context John Eckman, Rachel Baker, Jeremy FeltLightning Talks: Designing with WordPress Ben Dunkle, Mel Choyce, Michael Arestad
2:20 pmBreak
2:30 pmCode is Poetry: A Musician’s Tale Helen Hou-SandíSaving The Web By Doing As Little As Possible Lyza Danger Gardner
3:00 pmBreak
3:15 pmWordPress in Weird Places: Content management for Node using REST K. Adam WhiteGrowing Up WordPress Jenn Schiffer
3:45 pmBreak
4:00 pmLightning Talks: New to WordPress Development Erick Hitter, Mickey Kay, Jenny WongLightning Talks: UX/UI Joseph O’Connor, Dave Martin
4:20 pmBreak
4:30 pmData First: How APIs are Changing the Internet Sam HotchkissUX Redux: Taking a Look at Contact Form 7 Jen Mylo
5:00 pmBreak
5:15 pmBackbone Views in WordPress Mark JaquithMomentum Jeff Veen
5:45 pmRealtime communication with Socket.IO and WordPress Guillermo RauchTypography and User Experience Sara Cannon
6:15 pmClosing Remarks
6:30-10:30 pm

After-party

We hope you’ll join us at the Automattic Lounge for a fun party with beverages, light appetizers, and a few sweets.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Time Robertson Auditorium (Upstairs) Fisher Banquet Room (Downstairs)
8:00 amRegistration Opens
9:00 amNetworking TimeContributor Day
10:00 amHow WordPress Saves Lives & Moves Governments Paul Clark
10:30 amBreak
10:40 amLightning Talks: Inspiring Stories M. Asif Rahman, Cory Miller
10:50 amBreak
11:00 amThe State of the Word 2014 Matt Mullenweg
12:30 pmLunch
2:00 pmStrengthening your Brand with a Blog Chris LemaContributor Day
2:30 pmBreak
2:45 pmLightning Talks: Unscary Tech Andrea Rennick, Morten Rand-Hendriksen, Brennen Byrne
3:05 pmBreak
3:15 pmArtful Blogging Kathy Cano-Murillo
3:45 pmBreak
4:00 pmFinding and Maintaining Your Blog’s Voice Christine Harkin
4:30 pmBreak
4:45 pmLightning Talks: Blogger Basics Pamela Bey, Josepha Haden, Aaron Hockley
5:05 pmBreak
5:15 pmAn Interview with The Bloggess Jen Mylo, Jenny Lawson
5:45 pmClosing Remarks

Monday, October 27

An iteration on the 2012 WordPress Community Summit, this will be a day of group conversations between WordPress.org contributors and WordPress professionals to build bonds, identify issues, and plan upcoming projects. This event will have separate registration as the attendance is capped based on venue capacity, which will be the Automattic Lounge.

Tuesday & Wednesday, October 28-29

WordPress.org contributor teams will have two days to work on their projects together and make plans in a face-to-face real-time environment.

October 25-26, 2014