Peter Fleck and I are going to be rocking the WordPress Geekout at MIMA Summit in just a few minutes. The format will be wide-open discussion and sharing of WordPress fanciness.
While we hope that the crowd generates most of the content of the session, we have some ideas on the backburner just in case discussion needs a kickstart. Here are some fresh WordPress ideas for you to take a look at:
- Geolocation in posts and Geolocation themes and Geolocation in WordPress on the iPhone and Geolocation Plugins
- Geolocation for SEO (Google cares about Geolocation)
- WordPress/BuddyPress Analytics (Heavy Analytics for BuddyPress)
- Custom Field awesomeness (example)
- Custom Menus (in WordPress 3.0+)
- Community Sites using BuddyPress (examples)
- PHP Info plugin (Good for figuring out how your server is configured)
- Google Calendar Widget
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