4 March 2009 at 1225 by Comments (1)|
The winning bid for Cardiff was proposed by Hayley Niuserre.
Details of how to obtain tickets are expected to be released shortly – in the meantime register your interest on Upcoming.
16 February 2009 at 0819 by Comments|
3 February 2009 at 1708 by Comments|
The effect of the recent snow can be seen in the West London Scott household back garden on the afternoon of 2 February 2009.
This is the greatest volume of snow I’ve seen in London since I moved down in the 1980’s – although I’ve seen much more in Manchester!
12 January 2009 at 0718 by Comments (9)|
Bids are invited to accommodate WordCamp UK 2009.
The target date for this year’s event is the weekend of 18 and 19 July 2009.
Bids must include at least two conference rooms (both with wifi, projectors, etc), one to accommodate 150 minimum (the planned total attendance) and the other for a minimum of 75.
This is intended to give flexibly in the format, which has still to be decided, to stream into separate parallel sessions.
Further venue requirements can be found on the WordCamp UK wiki.
Bids should be posted to the WordCamp UK mailing list (registration required) as soon as possible, and in no event later than 0000 (midnight) GMT on Sunday 25 January 2009.
Members of the mailing list will be involved in deciding the successful bid.
26 December 2008 at 0811 by Comments|
20 December 2008 at 0028 by Comments|
A good time was had by all – it was good to meet fellow Twitter users face to face.
16 December 2008 at 2233 by Comments|
Training for Christmas is fully underway in the Scott household.
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