I’ll be speaking at WordCamp Philly coming up October 20th and 21st this year. Would you like to join me? Do you want to mingle with the smartest folks working on WordPress in the Philly area and beyond? Are you a little strapped for cash and balking at the $20-$25 tickets?
Well have no fear. We’ve raised enough money via CharityGoal (runs on WordPress, show it some love) to provide scholarships for 4 attendees to this year’s WordCamp Philly. Big thanks to Scott Kingsley Clark who donated on behalf of the Pods Framework.
- One Saturday or Full Weekend Pass (your choice) to WordCamp Philly, October 20th and 21st 2012.
- Make sure you are available to attend. Did I mention the conference is October 20th and 21st, 2012?
- Write in the comments here or by email (a) how you would benefit from going to WordCamp Philly, and (b) why we should pick you over the others trying.
- Optionally, send out a tweet thanking @Jason_Coleman and @ScottClark for the opportunity.
I will pick four lucky winners by October 1st and announce them here.
Here are the slides from my talk: Licensing and Business Models for Premium Plugins (ppt).
And FYI, slides from my similar talk at WordCamp Philly (pretty similar, but more stuff on GPL in the beginning)
What You Need to Know About the GPL, Download: ppt, pptx
I’m excited to say that I’ve been accepted as a speaker at WordCamp Columbus this coming Saturday. I was a last minute addition… so thanks to the WCC folks for working that out. (Shout out to Angie Meeker: @angiemeeker / blog)
My talk is on “Licensing and Business Models for Premium Plugins”, which is a fancy way of saying “How I plan to make money with Paid Memberships Pro“. Sadly, the event is all sold out, but if you are going or able to squeeze in somehow, I look forward to seeing you there.
More info on the schedule: http://wordcampcolumbus.com/schedule/
Thanks WordCamp Columbus Sponsors: http://wordcampcolumbus.com/sponsors/
I will be speaking on Business Models for Plugin/Theme Distribution. What You Need to Know About the GPL at WordCamp Philly October 30th, 2010 at Temple University in Philadelphia.
With lots of sweat and little luck, we’ll have our membership plugin available for some sort of release by then. But really I’m excited to share my thoughts on how to distribute, market, and make money off this plugin… and more interested in others ideas about the same.
If you want to hear me speak or are otherwise interested, get your ticket now.