WO R D CA M P N E T H E R L A N D S 2 0 1 0 What’s next for  WordPress?            Andrew Nacin           Core Developer  ...
@nacinandrewnacin.comnacin@wordpress.orgFreelance ConsultantCore Committer
WordPress   3.0
blog
xblog
site
Custompost types
Multisite
CMS
Newdefaulttheme
Twenty Ten
Custommenus
Custombackgrounds
Customheaders
What we’ve been  working on
3.org
WordPress.org
Handbooks
APIreference
Plugin directory improvements
Themereviews
What’snext?
WordPress   3.1
Internal linking
Admin bar
Postformats
Themesearch
Incrementalimprovements
AJAXgoodness
Network Admin
Custompost types
Taxonomy queries
UI & UX (always)
comingto a blog site near you inDecember  2010
WordPress   3.2
PHP 5.2(developers rejoice!)
bbPressas a plugin
Forumsin a box
BuddyPress
Socialnetworking in a box
wordpress.tv
wordcamp.tv
mobile
all of that isopen source
theWordPress family
BYOTOS Bring Your OwnTerms of Service
You ownyour content
opensource
GPL
Freedom isguaranteed
Free as in speechNot as in  beer
THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL The freedom torun the program,for any purpose.
THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL The freedom tostudy and change   the program.
THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL  The freedom to   redistribute.
THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL The freedom to distribute yourmodified version.
theWordPress family
theWordPresstrademark
theWordPressFoundation
Getinvolved
Testers
Have funbreakingWordPress
Pre-release versions  of WordPress 3.0 were downloaded75,000 times
That’s what I callquality assurance
Support anddocumentation
The UI team
Coredevelopment
Evangelism
Thanks!  Questions?@nacin   nacin@wordpress.org
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
What's Next for WordPress at WordCamp Netherlands
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My keynote at WordCamp Netherlands: What's Next for WordPress. An overview of WordPress 3.0, WordPress 3.1, and what might be in store in the future.

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  1. 1. WO R D CA M P N E T H E R L A N D S 2 0 1 0 What’s next for WordPress? Andrew Nacin Core Developer WordPress.org
  2. 2. @nacinandrewnacin.comnacin@wordpress.orgFreelance ConsultantCore Committer
  3. 3. WordPress 3.0
  4. 4. blog
  5. 5. xblog
  6. 6. site
  7. 7. Custompost types
  8. 8. Multisite
  9. 9. CMS
  10. 10. Newdefaulttheme
  11. 11. Twenty Ten
  12. 12. Custommenus
  13. 13. Custombackgrounds
  14. 14. Customheaders
  15. 15. What we’ve been working on
  16. 16. 3.org
  17. 17. WordPress.org
  18. 18. Handbooks
  19. 19. APIreference
  20. 20. Plugin directory improvements
  21. 21. Themereviews
  22. 22. What’snext?
  23. 23. WordPress 3.1
  24. 24. Internal linking
  25. 25. Admin bar
  26. 26. Postformats
  27. 27. Themesearch
  28. 28. Incrementalimprovements
  29. 29. AJAXgoodness
  30. 30. Network Admin
  31. 31. Custompost types
  32. 32. Taxonomy queries
  33. 33. UI & UX (always)
  34. 34. comingto a blog site near you inDecember 2010
  35. 35. WordPress 3.2
  36. 36. PHP 5.2(developers rejoice!)
  37. 37. bbPressas a plugin
  38. 38. Forumsin a box
  39. 39. BuddyPress
  40. 40. Socialnetworking in a box
  41. 41. wordpress.tv
  42. 42. wordcamp.tv
  43. 43. mobile
  44. 44. all of that isopen source
  45. 45. theWordPress family
  46. 46. BYOTOS Bring Your OwnTerms of Service
  47. 47. You ownyour content
  48. 48. opensource
  49. 49. GPL
  50. 50. Freedom isguaranteed
  51. 51. Free as in speechNot as in beer
  52. 52. THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL The freedom torun the program,for any purpose.
  53. 53. THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL The freedom tostudy and change the program.
  54. 54. THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL The freedom to redistribute.
  55. 55. THE FOUR FREEDOMS OF THE GPL The freedom to distribute yourmodified version.
  56. 56. theWordPress family
  57. 57. theWordPresstrademark
  58. 58. theWordPressFoundation
  59. 59. Getinvolved
  60. 60. Testers
  61. 61. Have funbreakingWordPress
  62. 62. Pre-release versions of WordPress 3.0 were downloaded75,000 times
  63. 63. That’s what I callquality assurance
  64. 64. Support anddocumentation
  65. 65. The UI team
  66. 66. Coredevelopment
  67. 67. Evangelism
  68. 68. Thanks! Questions?@nacin nacin@wordpress.org

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