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WordCamp US to be in Philadelphia

There were amazing applications for teams and cities to host the inaugural WordCamp US, a concept originally floated at the State of the Word last year. 64 more words

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There is No Such Thing as a Split License

There’s a term that pops in the WordPress community, “split license”, that we should put to rest. It’s sloppy at best, misleading at worst. First, some background. 72 more words

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WordCamp Scranton

As was just announced, I’m going to make a not-surprise appearance at WordCamp Scranton next Saturday. It’s their first year doing a Wordcamp and I was able to find some space in my schedule to swing by in between business meetings in New York and Philadelphia, so very much looking forward to meeting the Scranton community. 35 more words

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39 WordCamps

There have been 39 WordCamps already so far this year, here are a bunch more interesting stats about WordCamps including a list of upcoming ones.. 35 more words

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Matt Mullenweg: Keynote QandA – WordCamp Europe 2015 | WordPress.tv

July 4, 2015

The co-founder of WordPress Matt Mullenweg answers questions at the third WordCamp Europe on June 26th, 2015 in Seville, Spain.

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New VideoPress

We launched a shiny new version of VideoPress that makes mobile better, is way faster, has a sleek UI, and is HTML5. This is targeted at WordPress.com users right now, but will expand for everyone … 35 more words

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Wordpress Update Could Make Life Easier for 20 Percent of the Internet

Nearly 20 percent of all sites on the Internet are powered by WordPress (including this one), the open-source content management system that started out as free blogging software, … 840 more words