In just over a week, WordCamp San Francisco happens. As far as BuddyPress goes, some of the BuddyPress core team will be there, and — more importantly — a number of community contributors will be there. 🙂 We’re looking forward to catching up with everyone, old friends and new, and chatting with you about BuddyPress.
WordCamp is on Saturday (and Sunday), and the highlight of the weekend is, without doubt, our very own @boonebgorges‘ session, “Be a Volunteer, not a Martyr: a Practical Guide to Contributing“.
Sunday is split between regular presentations and a Contributor Day. If you’re planning to attend the Contributor Day, would you be interested in learning about the variety of ways that you can help contribute to BuddyPress, and getting the benefit of advice and the experience from existing contributors to help you get started? Let us know.
After the conference has wrapped up, Tuesday and Wednesday will be set aside for WordPress.org contributor team meetups — and BuddyPress will be there, too. 🙂 It’s an opportunity for some of the people from the contributor teams who normally work across the internet to talk face-to-face and enjoy working in each others’ company.
The purpose of this blog post is to invite suggestions that you would like the BuddyPress contributors to discuss while at the event. Questions that are open and prompt further discussion are best. For example, questions about a specific Trac ticket are best to keep on Trac, but open-ended questions like “what is BuddyPress planning to do with media in the future” are fun and would work really well.
So… what’s on your mind? 🙂