The format was open – that is, we asked the audience for topics and addressed WordPress successes, failures, and questions. To kick things off, Peter and I provided some potential discussion starters.
Topics that were brought up include:
- Mobile themes
- WordPress Multisite
- Posterous to WordPress
- Peter’s plugin rant 🙂
- Drupal vs. WordPress (mostly shirked this one)
- Parent themes
- Local WordPress Resources
Overall the conference was great. There was talk over tater tots afterwards to include a series of workshops next year. This seems like a great idea!
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