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Great meeting great people, looks like the ball is rolling!
Fantastic meeting location, space, format, and informal chats at the pub after.
Shame about the speed camera on my way home, might be lucky and not get a ticket :(
0 · July 29, 2011
Great meetup. Well structured format. Good presentations including Keith's zooming "prezi" one.
Excellent overview of WP. Presentations were pretty clear given the time constraints.
Interesting format, quick-fire but good. Maybe let's start sooner for a little more Q & A time? But I missed the pub, I guess that's where the real Q & A happened!
I've uploaded the slides from my talk last night - http://www.slideshare.net/chris.d.adams/london-wordpress-getting-to-the-loop
I'm hoping over the weekend to polish the preso to make it more useful to people who missed it, but hopefully it'll be somewhat useful in the current state if you're a developer interested in Wordpress's internals.
The format of office-to-pub was great. Got to learn the serious stuff in the office, got to meet people in the pub. Great presentations, great format.
Wow, what a rush! Really chuffed with how the meeting went - met loads of new people and learnt loads about the platform that I didn't know before in the pub afterwards. I was a speaker, at the event, so I'm likely to be biased, but I felt like the mix of talks mean that most people came away learning something new and useful (I know I did).
We need to get better at making sure access to the building for the meetup is well signposted in future, but on the whole, very happy, and looking forward to the next one!
Really enjoyed the meetup tonight. It was great to see so many people there and Emily and Chris gave great presentaions.
0 · July 28, 2011
Totally hit the mark with beginners and pros alike.
My notes from tonight: WordPress London July 2011 #fromEvernote http://t.co/wb2eycW
Keith - As I said, 3rd Tuesday of the month is also no good for me.I also said that, as event organiser, you need to do whatever suits you.
0 · July 20, 2011
@bach2006 Chris has informed me that the Headshift offices are wheelchair friendly. Let me know if there is anything else that I can do for you.
@Rex That shouldn't be a problem then ;). Seriously though, it's nearly imposible to find a date that suits everyone. However, if there were lots of people who want to see the date moved then we could look into that.
3rd Tuesday of the month is the same as the London Joomla usergroup.
Hi, I was wondering if it is not too much trouble, if you could choose a venue that is wheelchair friendly. All that is needed is good access (ramps at entrances or lift to above floors) and a toilet that can accomodate a decent sized wheelchair. That would be really good. If there is not toilet on site then other neighboring places may have one. I would really appreciate it if you could consider this. Thanks in advance.
Ah, my main client is having their summer party on this night now! Maybe I'll make both if you end up near Shoreditch...
0 · July 19, 2011
It looks an excellent night, and it's a pity I've just stumbled across you guys cos I can't make that particular night. Look forward to future dates though!
0 · July 14, 2011
Sounds interesting and informative. Thanks for organising.
0 · July 13, 2011
just to add that Thursday 28th looks ok for me.
0 · July 12, 2011
3rd tuesday is no good for me as I already run an event - http://islingtonforum.com
Thursdays are usually not good for me but I can make this. Too busy to prep anything, but I'll chip in I'm sure, and hopefully will do a presentation at the next one :)
I will be there!
0 · July 6, 2011
Hi Tony. Yep sounds good to me. This week will be a bit soon. How about Tues 12th? Do you have any ideas about how to structure the meetup and make it more productive for people?
0 · July 1, 2011
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WordPress London is a monthly meetup for developers and users of WordPress held the last Thursday of the month.
The format is usually 2-3 talks (usually developer focused but check the listings), an open Q&A session, followed by a trip to the pub.
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