At the WordPress Liverpool Meetup (https://wpliverpool.org) this month we'll be looking at Gutenberg and the impact on the editorial process within WordPress.
We'll meet in the HUS bar (https://www.we-are-hus.co.uk) then head downstairs to the meeting rooms. HUS is the bar we hold the social in after.
We will be holding an informal meetup for WordPress developers, designers, users and business owner to speak out and let us know what you want from your local WordPress meetup.
# Talk TBC
# Gutenberg - The Future of WordPress Editorial
A practical and hands-on session looking at the new content editor. During this session we'll be taking a look at the new editorial experience and getting to grips with what the future of WordPress content creation may look like.
Presented by Dan Maby. Dan is a director at Blue 37 (https://blue37.com) - a WordPress specialist agency. He's also the founder & director of WP&UP (https://wpandup.org) - a charity that supports & promotes positive mental health within the WordPress community.
You'll find him organising WordCamps and Meetups throughout the UK. He thrives on business development and project management, as well as having a passion for seeing success within others. Follow him @DanMaby (https://www.twitter.com/DanMaby).
Running Order (STC):
18:30 - Arrive for networking
19:00 - Opening remarks
19:10 - First speaker - TBC
19:45 - wp_update_post
20:05 - Break
20:15 - Second speaker - Dan Maby
20:50 - Closing remarks
21:00 - Social
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HUS is centrally located and just a two minute walk from Moorfields station. (https://www.we-are-hus.co.uk/contact).
• Car - The NCP Car Park Liverpool Moorfields is a 4 minute walk to the venue (https://b37.co/WPLivCar).
• Train - Moorfields Train Station is a 2 min. walk to the venue. See this map (https://b37.co/WPLivTrain) for details.
• Bus - Regular bus services run to and from the venue.
/* Code of conduct -----*/
The WordPress Liverpool Meetup is intended to be a safe, judgmental free event for the local WordPress community to come together, share knowledge and grow. We have a code of conduct (https://wpliverpool.org/code-of-conduct/) that all attendees, speakers, volunteers, and organisers are expected to abide by.