The organizers of the Austin WordPress Group would like to express our gratitude to Blossom Braemer, of Posh Co-Working Lounge, for analyzing the raw data from the 2013 Austin WordPress Survey and producing an actionable report. Thanks to our members who took the time to respond to the survey, we now have a better idea of the skill levels and interests of our WordPress Community. Not only will we plan our future WordPress Meetups based on our member’s requests, we used the topics you requested to plan the Tracks and Sessions for the 2013 Austin WordCamp.
Based on the survey results we have set the session tracks for WordCamp
Thanks to the larger venue for this year’s WordCamp, we will be offering four Tracks: Content, Site Administration and Management, Technical-Design and Development and Business.
The Track Sessions are being developed right now based on the topics requested by our members. We’ve reached out to the subject matter experts and a gratifying number have accepted our invitations to present at WordCamp Austin 2013. The session tracks will be finalized in a few weeks. In the meantime we’ll announce the sessions and speakers as they are confirmed on the site. Go ahead and signup to receive automatic updates to Wordcamp Austin 2013, Saturday May 18th
WordPress was Born in Texas and thanks to our vital WordPress Community Grown in Texas.
Our goal for the 2013 Austin WordCamp is to throw a WordPress 10th Anniversary Celebration — Lonestar Style.
See you there!