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What's Next for WordPress: WordCamp Birmingham 2010

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My keynote at WordCamp Birmingham 2010.

My keynote at WordCamp Birmingham 2010.

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  • 1. WO R D CA M P B I R M I N G H A M 2 0 1 0 What’s next for WordPress? Andrew Nacin Core Developer WordPress.org
  • 2. #wcbhmrules
  • 3. (Me) Independent Consultant Core Committer
  • 4. andrewnacin.com @nacin on Twitter nacin@wordpress.org
  • 5. WordPress 3.0
  • 6. blog
  • 7. x blog
  • 8. site
  • 9. Custom post types
  • 10. Multisite
  • 11. CMS
  • 12. New default theme
  • 13. Twenty Ten
  • 14. Custom menus
  • 15. Custom backgrounds
  • 16. Custom headers
  • 17. What we’ve been working on
  • 18. 3.org
  • 19. WordPress.org
  • 20. Handbooks
  • 21. API reference
  • 22. Plugin directory improvements
  • 23. Theme reviews
  • 24. What’s next?
  • 25. WordPress 3.1
  • 26. Internal linking
  • 27. Admin bar
  • 28. AJAX goodness
  • 29. Incremental improvements
  • 30. UI & UX (always)
  • 31. coming December 2010
  • 32. WordPress 3.2
  • 33. PHP 5.2 (developers rejoice!)
  • 34. bbPress as a plugin
  • 35. Forums in a box
  • 36. BuddyPress
  • 37. Social networking in a box
  • 38. wordpress.tv
  • 39. mobile
  • 40. all of that is open source
  • 41. the WordPress family
  • 42. BYOTOS
  • 43. You own your content
  • 44. open source
  • 45. GPL
  • 46. Freedom is guaranteed
  • 47. Your Bill of Rights
  • 48. the WordPress family
  • 49. the WordPress trademark
  • 50. the WordPress Foundation
  • 51. Get involved
  • 52. Testers
  • 53. Have fun breaking WordPress
  • 54. Pre-release versions of WordPress 3.0 were downloaded 75,000 times
  • 55. That’s what I call quality assurance
  • 56. Support and documentation
  • 57. The UI team
  • 58. Core development
  • 59. Evangelism
  • 60. Thanks! Questions? @nacin nacin@wordpress.org
  • 61. Oh, yeah, we have trivia too. Thanks VaultPress and MailChimp!