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When you bought a ticket you were put into a drawing. When you showed up, you were given a ticket for a change to win free hosting with InMotion Hosting.
So We’ve finally pulled a name and are ready to announce the winner for a FREE year of VPS hosting: Cesar Gonzalez. Congratulations!
On a final note, for those who are interested in WP e-Commerce, I’ve been given a few free gold upgrades. So if you’d like these, leave a comment below and I’ll get them over to you. Be sure to thank Shayne Sanderson.
Well we’re two days past LA’s first WordCamp, and I’d love to get some feedback from you. Many have written on twitter, but here is a few polls.
As far as I’m aware Los Angeles’ first WordCamp was a hit! So I thought i would take the time to continue to follow up after the event. If you saw me running around you may have noticed my Cannon camera I was carrying around. Anyway I posted all the photo’s I took up on flickr, and set up a WordCampLA group for you to join and add to if you’ve got some great shots!
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If you’ve got any photos, please upload them to flickr and tag them as “WordCampLA” and/or join the flickr group and add them there as well!
I’d also like to take the time and thank the following for taking photos:
More photo links:
I know I’ve made some previous announcement about a possible dev day. Well after your votes, over 100 people said they were interested.
So today we locked down a small room at the Custom Hotel. The room has a max capacity of 75, so this event will be only for the die hard coders and developers who want to dive deeper into WordPress.
Will have a sign up list located somewhere near the registration area.
Where: Custom Hotel – “Prairie” meeting room 2nd floor8639 Lincoln Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90045
When: WordCampLA Development Day
Sunday September 13th, 2009
10am – 4pm
This will be a BarCamp style event, with no planned speakers or schedule. Just bring your computer and you questions, thoughts and ideas.
For more info, just ask us tomorrow at WordCamp!
Well, it has come really fast and tomorrow is LA’s first WordCamp event. I would like to take the time to mention a few things in regards to tomorrow.
There has been a change to the speaker line up and schedule. Eyal Gura will no longer be speaking. In his place we’ve got Gary Nicholson talking about “Useful WordPress plugins for CMS and Blogs”:
We’ve been asked this question by a few of you, “Where do we go”. So, first check the about the venue page, then check out this detailed map we’ve got of the LMU campus (Which clearly shows in color, where you can park, where track 1 will be (Also check in) and where track 2 will be) and just in case your unsure of the schedule, you may want to check out the page for that.
Everyone who purchased tickets online in advance will have a name badge (which we are printing right now).
You can pick up your name tag at Track 1 (Seaver Science hall) where check in will be held. There will be plenty of signs and WordPress balloons to direct you.
I know tickets sales online closed, but you can show up and get tickets at the door for $30.