There are only 10 days left until WordCamp London 2016 and we’re super excited! Here, we’ve collected all the practical information we think you should know, so please read through this and don’t hesitate to ask us any questions at email@example.com.
Registration opens between 07:00 – 09:00 on Saturday 9th April. You don’t need to print or bring your tickets with you – all we need is your name to register you.
We will be serving tea, coffee and delicious breakfast bites from 07:30 on Saturday 9th April – so feel free to join us bright and early!
Registration will also open on Friday 8th April (Contributor Day) at 09:00, so you can register early for the Conference and collect your badges in the Graduate Centre.
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Helping to document a WordCamp is a great way of volunteering in the community and means we’re able to keep beautiful records of the events that everyone works so hard to put on. WordCamp London is looking for a few volunteers to document the event between 9th – 10th April! You don’t need to have a top of the range camera to get involved so please don’t let that stop you.
If you think you might be interested in taking some photos for us please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can coordinate our efforts and ensure the whole event is covered.
Volunteer photographers will receive image credits on the website and anywhere else images are posted. All images must be under a Creative Commons licence.
Nick Mailer is the CTO and a founder of the exciting new UK-based WordPress platform, Timpani. Nick has over 20 years of experience in the Free and Open Source Software hosting world, and has helped to distil that experience into a new WordPress platform with great, humane support.
Who is Timpani and what are you guys doing?
We’re a group of hosting and WordPress veterans who looked hard at the frustrations developers and designers were having with some of the traditional hosting companies – and even dedicated WordPress offerings – and decided to try to solve those frustrations.
Continue reading Say hello to… Timpani!
WordCamp London wouldn’t be possible if wasn’t for the generous support from companies such as our Regent Street friends. Thanks to their help, we’re able to maintain WordCamps accessible to everyone. If you’re at the event, please be sure to stop by their stands and say hello!
Thank you to this wonderful trio! We really appreciate your efforts!
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WordCamps are a place to ask and answer questions – but there might be a point during WordCamp London 2016 when you need to ask someone a non-WordPress related question: where are the nearest bathrooms? Where can I get some coffee? Where’s the Quiet Room?
For these questions, please look out for our wonderful team of volunteers who will be wearing bright blue t-shirts with the WordCamp London 2016 logo, as well as LOCALHOST, written on the back.
In all their glory, here they are:
Please get in touch with a volunteer if you need to report a Code of Conduct violation. If you cannot see a volunteer around you, please go to the main entrance in the Rocket where you will be able to find a volunteer or organiser.
Here at WordCamp London we are happy and proud to introduce you to this exciting new company, established only a few months before WordCamp London kicks off: Timpani!
Thank you so much to Timpani for supporting WordCamp London as a Park Lane sponsor! Timpani define themselves as a WordPress platform powered by a team with more than ten years of IT experience under their belts. Don’t forget to stop by their stand and say hello, and please wish them luck as they dive head-first into WordPress community!
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Sponsors are vital for WordCamps. Without them, we would either not have WordCamps at all, or we’d be forced to charge a high amount for tickets. Luckily, sponsors are a reassuring presence and always help and support us in delivering the best conference experience.
Continue reading Huge thank you to our awesome Piccadilly sponsors!
The Happiness Bar has become part and parcel of WordCamps all over the world and offer a place for attendees to have their WordPress questions answered by helpful volunteers. It’s an opportunity get one-on-one help and advice on your own website, discuss challenges, troubleshoot problems, and learn about cool WordPress tips and tricks.
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WordCamps are not-for-profit events that are made possible thanks to the awesome sponsors who support us financially. Without them, WordCamp London tickets would cost a fortune. Instead, sponsors’ contributions make the tickets more affordable to everyone, so please, join us by giving a massive thumbs up to the following Old Kent Road sponsors!
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We’d like to say a warm thank you to our amazing Regent Street sponsors. They made the decision to support WordCamp London 2016 and we’re infinitely grateful for their help in making the event a success!
If you meet any of these folk at the conference, please make sure to say hello and thank them for being awesome.
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