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My keynote from WordCamp Netherlands 2012 in Utrecht.

My keynote from WordCamp Netherlands 2012 in Utrecht.

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  • WordPress in 2012What’s Next?WordCamp Netherlands 2012
  • Andrew NacinCore Developer of WordPressand Tech Ninja at Audrey Capital@nacin on Twitternacin@wordpress.org
  • ← Remkus   ← Me  Utrecht, 2010. Photo by John O’Nolan
  • Where were we?Since I was last here in 2010,quite a bit has happened.
  • WordPress 3.1February 2011.
  • Internal linkingCross-link your content.
  • The Admin Bar(Watch this space.)
  • Post formatsJazz up your blogging.
  • WordPress 3.2July 2011.
  • Distraction-Free WritingJust write.
  • Enter title here
  • UI RefreshMore of getting out of your way.
  • Faster, lighter.
  • Bye, Internet Explorer 6.(IE7, you’re next.)
  • (press this one)
  • Browse Happy.
  • Twenty ElevenBeautiful and customizable.
  • WordPress 3.3December 2011.
  • Improving theNew User Experience
  • Looking for help?
  • help
  • Media!
  • One button.
  • media
  • That post-name permalinkso many love? Use it.
  • Header+ Admin Bar= Toolbar
  • WordPress 3.2WordPress 3.3
  • The Debug Bar: It’s like Firebug for your WordPress.
  • Hundreds of improvementsunder the hood.(Performance, autosave improvements,cron locking, metadata registration,admin screen API, editor instances, more...)
  • New high score!Three releases in a year.
  • WordPress 3.4Currently in development.
  • Small, targeted featuresMultisite improvementsFaster theme browsingImproved tablet supportCustom header changes
  • Making your site lookthe way you want it.
  • It’s more than justpreviewing a theme.
  • “Save and Surprise!”
  • What might be next?WordPress 3.4, 3.5 and beyond.
  • WordPress is translatedinto quite a few languages.But what about the 20,000 pluginsand 2,000 themes?
  • Imagine you wanted totranslate a plugin intoDutch.
  • Imagine if you could go toWP.org and translate it.Then update to your translation.Anyone can.
  • This is happening.And expect it in 2012.
  • ¡Hello, Zé!Zé fontainhas
  • Twenty TwelveBetter Media HandlingFaster, Easier UpdatesImproved Developer APIsPerformance and Speed
  • BuddyPress 1.5Social networking in a box.
  • bbPress 2.0Forums in a box.
  • MobileWordPress anywhere.
  • Making WordPress.orgA Better Place
  • Thanks!Questions? — @nacin