(No comment or statement within this post is directed at any individual within the WCEU organizing team or any particular community member within the greater community. I have purposely not named names. This is about our community, not individuals.) In about a week I will be on a plane headed to Athens to attend WordCamp… Continue reading Drama, Accountability, and a Way Forward
If You See Something, Say Something This week I posted an observation. I observed that with 20 speakers announced for WCEU (at that point) that there were only about 25% women and even fewer non-white people. I hoped for more in the rest of the announcements. I came under attack quickly from some people. And… Continue reading Community Roundup Week Ending May 12
AI and WordPress is AI and All of Us In a recently blog post, Kathy Zant wrote about using AI for new headshots, and how that caused her to think about how we perceive ourselves versus how we might perceive ourselves – and our possibilities – when we look at ourselves through AI “eyes.” She… Continue reading Community Roundup Week Ending May 5
The Wayback Machine Do you ever use any of the mechanisms in place for looking back over time? Whether it’s the Wayback Machine, Facebook Memories, or simply scrolling back through the photos in your phone, our histories make us who we are today. My longest social platform participation is on Facebook. Every day Facebook serves… Continue reading Community Roundup Week Ending March 31
That was the question on an episode of Woo DevChat with Ebonie Butler, Lisa Canini, Robbie Adair, and Kathy Zant. An interesting one to compare with Zach Stepek, Till Krüss, and Carl Alexander discussing the same question on an earlier episode. What is a WordPress Developer with Ebonie, Lisa, Kathy and Robbie Taking On WordPress… Continue reading What is a WordPress developer?