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OKC WordPress User's Group Meetup for June at The Div

"WordPress at Mozilla"

This month we are having a Mozilla MeetUp! Luke Crouch from Tulsa, will be with us and two of his co-workers will join us via video to talk to us about Mozilla and WordPress.

If time permits, we'll also have a WordPress tip to share with the group.

Hope to see many of you there after our month off in May.

- To help promote the open web mission and message, Mozilla runs nearly 100 WordPress blogs and sites.

Jake Maul, Craig Cook, and Luke Crouch will speak about how Mozilla configures, deploys, themes, and customizes WordPress, and how Mozilla is incorporating its mission into web products its BrowserID plugin for WordPress.

At Mozilla, Jake Maul is a web operations enginee

Craig Cook is a Web Designer & Front-end Developer

Luke Crouch is a Web Developer. They all support Mozilla's mission to advance the open web by contributing to sites like and

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  • Lynn D.

    Many thanks to Luke Crouch, who came from Tulsa last night to talk about WordPress as it relates to Mozilla. He told us about BrowserID - a plugin in the WordPress repository that allows the website/blog owner to be able to log into WordPress with just an email address (after verification). He also used Vidyo so we could see and hear three of his fellow Mozilla co-workers from Tulsa, Arizona and Indiana and they all spoke on their Mozilla specialties. We had opportunity to ask anything about Mozilla and got some insights.
    Then we heard about the new features of WordPress 3.4. Thanks to all the speakers and to all of you who came out last night.

    June 26, 2012

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