I was very pleased to work with Charles Stricklin this year on organizing the WordCamp Dallas 2008 event held at City Hall in Frisco, TX.
A very special Thank You goes out to Mayor Mike Simpson and the entire City Council for allowing the event to be held in the Council Chambers. And also to Tom Kraemer, the City’s AV Manager who worked tirelessly all weekend to record and catalog all of the WordCamp videos which I’ll be posting over the coming days.
We also need to thank our generous sponsors without whom this event simply wouldn’t have been possible (please spread the link love):
The first speaker at WordCamp this year was Matt Mullenweg, and he gave a lecture on “WordPress 2.5 and Beyond”.
Keep an eye out for the rest of the videos coming soon. I’ll be posting them over the coming days in order of apprearance on the WordCamp schedule.
I can read something german… I am not alone anymore.. hehe
I finally watched all your published wordCamp clips. just great stuff. I hope I can follow some advices…
Thanks for this nice video…
Well the fact that you are practically “simulcasting” all the presentations is fitting to your targeted audience, those who have bussiness or enteprise online. I wonder how many of us there are watching and reading.
I really appreciate that you publish everything here. The value of them and all your advices are just great. Thanks
John P. says
The auditorium actually holds over 300, and we had around 150 in attendance, so it looks a little more sparse than it actually was. We did have nearly 200 people register, but I guess some were not able to make it later. Plus this was the very first year! I think we’ll be packed next year.
I just wonder about quite some empty seats when guys like Matt are talking with a highly entertaining and valuable content
theWizard (Joel) says
this is awesome, just finished watching it, I wish I could have attended the camp but flying there from where live would cost me a fortune…… :(
The video is nice. specially the advertisers who are generous enough to sponsor this great event