WordCamp Birmingham UK 2015 running order
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WordCamp Birmingham UK 2015 running order version 2.60 (4 February 2015).
Sessions must be listed on the content ideas page, which includes details of how to propose a session, before being included in the running order.
- RM1 = everyone in Room 1
Running order notes
- running order versions are subject to change
- to present a session you must have a ticket for the conference and, obviously, be present for the relevant session
- sessions still blank at the beginning of the event will be filled using the grid 0930-1015 on Saturday morning
If you’re planning to attend any of workshops then note the following:
- each workshop will last 2 hours 20 minutes – you’ll need to attend the whole workshop
- you must bring a laptop with you which is capable of connecting to the internet via wifi
- the workshops are practical – you won’t be listening to someone speak for all that time – instead you’ll be working on practical tasks and activities with the workshop leader’s input and support
- you will need a clean local installation of WordPress on your laptop for some of the workshops, while for others you will need access to your own website or a local copy of it – it is recommended creating a local copy of your site on your laptop just in case you have problems connecting to the live version, and also to let you practice new skills on a site which isn’t visible to the public
- the workshop leader will be able to answer any questions you have during the workshop and you’ll also get a chance to discuss ideas, problems and questions with other attendees
Notes for speakers:
- speakers need to bring your own laptop or tablet with your presentation on it
- if your device has non-standard ports, please bring an adapter so it can connect to a standard VGA cable; also bring a power cable or ensure your device is fully charged
- please upload your presentation to Slideshare and send the organisers a link to it before the event so that we can post all presentations to the website afterwards
- there will be good wifi at the venue but please be aware that if your presentation is reliant on live access to the internet this may be risky!
- there will be someone in each room to help speakers get set up before their talk and explain how the equipment works – please make sure you’re in the room 10 minutes before you’re due to start speaking
- as a speaker you will still need to buy a ticket for the event
Last updated 15 February 2015