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