WordCamp Manchester Still looking for sponsors

WordCamp Manchester are still looking for a few more sponsors. If you feel you can support the conference please fill in the form on the Call for sponsors page.

We are especially looking for support from local businesses who are benefitting from WordPress.

 

WordCamp Manchester – Call for Speakers Submission Date Change

With only a few weeks before WordCamp Manchester, the team has decided to move the Call for Speakers submission date forward to the 31st May.

This is to ensure that we have enough time to contact all the speakers and publicise the talks ahead of the camp.

Apologies to anyone who was planning to submit in June but hopefully we’ve given you enough notice to get your talks submitted!

Remember we are interesting in all topics and if you are not sure of what talk to give, there are some ideas on our Call for Speakers page!

May 2014 Meeting Notes

Once again, Simon Owen sterling note-taking has provided great notes from the May MWUG meeting, including links to the things  mentioned during the evening. Thanks Simon.

You can also follow comments and follow-up information from various people on our Meetup page.

If anyone else has a writeup of this (or any other meetings), please let me know (via the contact form or the comments) and I’ll happily link to them from here.

Cheers, see you all next month!

WordCamp Manchester – Call for Speakers

We are looking for speakers and presentations from areas both local and further a field.

Please see the Call for Speakers page for full information and submission form.

Submissions will be open till the 7th June. Update: Last date is now 31st May

We look forward to reading your submissions!

May Meeting: Wednesday 21st, 6.30-9pm, Madlab

May’s Manchester WordPress User Group, run by WordPress co-founder Mike Little, takes place at MadLab (http://madlab.org.uk) on Wednesday, the 21st from 6.30pm to 9pm.

The Agenda includes:

General Session (6.30 — 7.30)

  • WordPress News
  • Talk: Mike Little – TBD
  • Questions & Answers session – bring your questions
  • General Discussion

Break for networking, etc.

Technical session (8.00 — 9.00)

  • Technical news
  • Talk: Tim Nash – “Going beyond LAMP”
  • Questions & Answers session – bring your questions

If you have other suggestions for items to go on the agenda, please comment here or on the mailing list.

Anyone with any experience of WordPress is welcome, whether you’ve heard about it and want to know more, you’re an experienced WordPress user or developer, or anything in between; you are welcome to our meetings.

If you fancy coming along, please let us know at our Meetup page.

Mike Little (http://zed1.com), co-founder of WordPress, runs MWUG so come along to discover how WordPress can benefit you or your organisation, and get specific advice on any WordPress questions you have.

Subscribe to our Mailing list (http://groups.google.com/group/manchester-wordpress-user-group), check out our website (https://mwug.uk), follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/mwug), join us on Linked In (http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Manchester-Wordpress-User-Group-3125011), like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/manchester.wordpress.user.group or join our MeetUp group http://www.meetup.com/ManchesterWordPressUserGroup.

See you at MWUG!

April 2014 Meeting Notes

Simon Owen has again written some great notes from the April MWUG meeting, including links to the things  mentioned during the evening. Thanks Simon.

You can also follow comments and follow-up information from various people on our Meetup page.

If anyone else has a writeup of this (or any other meetings), please let me know (via the contact form or the comments) and I’ll happily link to them from here.

Cheers, see you all next month!