Call for Round-ups!

Thank you for all joining us at London Metropolitan University for three days of WordPress fun!

The organising team have been quietly catching up on sleep and getting over conflu, but we have seen that many of you have openly shared your experience of the event through articles and videos, and created beautiful photo albums.

We would like to remember the event by curating a list of all your experiences! We’d like to know about any long and short articles, vlogs, photography or any other creative medium you may have used to share your thoughts about WordCamp London 2016.

If you have something to contribute about any part of the event (Contributor Day included!), please use the comments section below so we can add your round-up to our growing list.

10 thoughts on “Call for Round-ups!

  1. London 2016 was the 2nd Wordcamp I’d been to and I absolutely loved it. It was great to learn about using WP more effectively, I really enjoyed meeting people from all over the place and learning about what they do.
    The seminar programme was full without feeling too packed and it was a real encouragement to me.
    I even took the liberty of recording a little video of my own for my vlog (although it’s not especially about WordCamp):

  2. Contributor Day on the Friday was the day I was looking forward to most and it didn’t disappoint. I was asked to be BuddyPress Team Lead a number of weeks before hand so already had in mind what I wanted to achieve during the day. BuddyPress already has a fantastic of team contributors, so my aim was to tell people who weren’t familiar with BuddyPress how they could contribute.

    We were lucky enough to have 5 people choose BuddyPress (from a total of 97 attendees). Of those 5, 4 were seasoned BuddyPress contributors and 1 was completely new to WordPress. As a team, we were able to proof read some of our user documentation, commit a patch to core and write some code related to our new Email API. The day was a big success for us, and we’re all looking forward to next year.

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