Here are some of my highlights of WCEU 2019 in Germany.
Contributor Day & Contribution Area
Meeting WordCamp Asia Organizing Team
14 of 41 team members were at WCEU. I met seven of them for the first time in Berlin. Thanks to Abha from Marketing Team, we got a nice group photo.
— WordCamp Europe (@WCEurope) June 22, 2019
Some of the members were volunteering and others had a busy schedule with appointments, but we got to hang out in between sessions and after hours.
— Nidhi Jain #WordPressWaliLadki (@jainnidhi03) June 27, 2019
Getting Involved Table
I only spent 2 hours at the table, but the experience there as well as at Contributor Day made me realize something: there are still some hurdles for getting involved for the first time.
I really like what Training Team is doing to make it easier for everyone to participate. It’s my homework to review the flow for new Polyglots Team contributors and make some improvements.
— Mayo📍🇰🇭✈🇲🇾 (@mayukojpn) June 21, 2019
Thanks to Mayo’s call on Twitter, I had a good conversation with Anyssa & Allyson from São Paulo about growing community.
WPCafe & Sessions
WPCafe was like a mixture of lightning talk & casual meetup. For the one I attended, Afsana opened the session with about 20 minutes of talk, and then the mic was passed around to the participants.
— Naoko Takano (@naokomc) June 21, 2019
I’m glad that there was a full session dedicated to the multiligualization feature in core.
— Naoko Takano (@naokomc) June 22, 2019
I didn’t have time to explore Berlin during this stay, but thanks to Ellen & Manuel I had a chance to experience a little bit of the life of Berliners. It was nice to stay outside on a long summer day with colleagues and friends.
— Ellen Bauer (@ellenbauer) June 21, 2019
See you next time… online & at WordCamps!
To all the people who made the event happen – thank you for a great time.
— Naoko Takano (@naokomc) June 23, 2019