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WordCamp Mumbai 2017: How to get more involved with WordPress

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Do you love WordPress?

Want to pitch in and help out?

Not sure how?

It doesn’t matter if you’re a designer, a developer, a translator, or just someone that uses WordPress on your own, everybody is welcome to contribute to WordPress. 

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WordCamp Mumbai 2017: How to get more involved with WordPress

  1. 1. How to get (more) involved with WordPress By 
 rocio.blog
 @rociovaldi
  2. 2. There are tons of reasons, but here are some of the big ones and maybe some you haven’t thought of Why?
  3. 3. Several of the things you gain by giving back to WordPress will make you more valuable to clients or your company. * No, there’s no direct profit from contributing to the WordPress community. Profit!*
  4. 4. Profesional Development Work with some of the greatest developers, designers, etc in the world.
  5. 5. Be an Authority You’ll know more about WordPress, how it works, what’s coming soon, etc. Your clients or employer will appreciate it!
  6. 6. Make WordPress Better My livelihood relies on WordPress. It’s in my best interest to make WordPress better!
  7. 7. The new way to communicate with the rest of the WordPress contributors! https://make.wordpress.org/chat/
  8. 8. 11 make.wordpress.org/support Weekly chats: Thursdays @ 16:00 UTC #forums on Slack
  9. 9. wordpress.org/support
  10. 10. 13 make.wordpress.org/docs Weekly chats: Thursdays @ 18:00 UTC #docs on Slack
  11. 11. codex.wordpress.org
  12. 12. 15 make.wordpress.org/training Weekly chats: Tuesdays @ 20:00 UTC #training on Slack
  13. 13. make.wordpress.org/training
  14. 14. 17 make.wordpress.org/community Monthly chats: First Thursday of the month 8:00 UTC and 20:00 UTC #community-events on Slack
  15. 15. 21 Share your knowledge. 
 Be a speaker! Next Meetups: meetup.com/pro/wordpress Next WordCamps: central.wordcamp.org/schedule
  16. 16. https://profiles.wordpress.org/_dorsvenabili
  17. 17. make.wordpress.org/tv 23 Weekly chats: Thursdays @ 17:00 UTC #wptv on Slack
  18. 18. wordpress.tv/get-involved
  19. 19. make.wordpress.org/themes Weekly chats: Tuesdays @ 18:00 UTC #themereview on Slack
  20. 20. make.wordpress.org/themes
  21. 21. make.wordpress.org/plugins
  22. 22. wordpress.org/plugins
  23. 23. 30 make.wordpress.org/meta Weekly chats: Fridays @ 17:00 UTC #meta on Slack
  24. 24. meta.trac.wordpress.org
  25. 25. make.wordpress.org/core Weekly chats: Wednesdays @20:00 UTC #core on Slack
  26. 26. make.wordpress.org/core
  27. 27. If we have 10,000 people testing and over 60 million sites, that’s only .0167%. Things get missed when there’s not enough testers. Please help! https://make.wordpress.org/test/ Beta Tester plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-beta-tester/ Reporting bugs: https://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/reporting-bugs/ We need testers!
  28. 28. 35 make.wordpress.org/accessibility Weekly chats: Mondays @ 18:00 UTC #accessibility on Slack
  29. 29. make.wordpress.org/accessibility
  30. 30. 37 make.wordpress.org/polyglots Weekly chats: Wednesdays @ 6:00 UTC and 10:00 UTC #polyglots on Slack
  31. 31. And more…
  32. 32. Thanks! Thanks to Aaron D. Campbell for his presentation
 Source: http://adcwp.me/wcatl2015 
 rocio.blog
 @rociovaldi

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