This week on WPwatercooler, regulars Chris Lema, Jason Tucker, Steve Zehngut, Se Reed, and Suzette Franck join special guests George Stephanis and John Blackbourn to talk about the upcoming changes in WordPress 4.1.
This week, Suzette Franck of (mt) Media Temple and Natalie MacLees of Purple Pen Productions will be talking with Ben Lobaugh, of Automattic about how to go from Zero to WordPress Hero through contribution and community involvement.
Airing at 11:00 PDT on Thursday, July 17th.
Ben Lobaugh hails from Seattle, Washington, and is an Automattician, Musician, Sailor, Seattle WordPress/Camp organizer, Christian, International Speaker, Mephobia sufferer, and you may follow him on twitter at https://twitter.com/benlobaugh.
Aired at 11:00 PDT on Thursday, July 10th.
David Bisset is a WordPress developer specializing in BuddyPress themes and plugins. David has helped organize WordCamp Miami for the last 5 years. David is a father of 3 and a wife that somehow manages to convince herself every day to put up with him.
Aired at 11:00 PDT on Thursday, June 26th.
Andy is a freelance WordPress support specialist at the New York City-based Tadpole Collective and CyberChimps. He’s attended, volunteered, or spoken at more than 15 WordCamps around the US, and is a volunteer at the WordPress NYC Meetup Group, and member of the WordPress Community Contributor Group.
Aired at 11:00 PDT on Thursday, June 19th.
Andrea will talk your ear off about wine, food, literature of all sorts, parenting, and anything else she thinks she knows a lot about. She’s lived in 5 states in the US and spent 5 years in Mexico City and the US Virgin Islands, respectively. When not engaging in WordPress community organizing high-jinks, she can be found juggling her two kids – almost never literally – and wondering what to make for dinner.