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 What’s next for
  WordPress?
            Andrew Nacin
           Core Devel...
#wcbhmrules
(Me)

Independent
Consultant
Core
Committer
andrewnacin.com

 @nacin on Twitter

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