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What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
What I Learned at WCSF 2012
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What I Learned at WCSF 2012

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Presentation by Sallie Goetsch of what attending WordCamp SF 2012 taught her about how to run (or not to run) a WordCamp event.

Presentation by Sallie Goetsch of what attending WordCamp SF 2012 taught her about how to run (or not to run) a WordCamp event.

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  • 1. What I learned(about running a WordCamp)at WCSF 2012 Sallie Goetsch
  • 2. Allow Lower-Cost Sponsorships.
  • 3. Decide WhoShould Attend— and Say So
  • 4. Pick the Speakers Before Selling Tickets
  • 5. Don’t Ask About Local SpeakersUnless You Mean to Use Them.
  • 6. Cover ExpensesFor Out-of-Town Speakers.
  • 7. Be Clear with Your Volunteers.
  • 8. Make Sure theProjector Works.
  • 9. Put More Women on the Stage.
  • 10. Turn Down the Music at the Parties.
  • 11. More Stuff About MeSallie Goetsch (rhymes with ‘sketch’)sallie@wpfangirl.comwww.wpfangirl.comwww.eastbaywp.com(510) 969-9947

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