In September this year, we all came together to improve our WordPress skills, build some community spirit, and just generally have a great time at WordCamp Cape Town 2016. One of the things we promised at the event was that all of the day 2 sessions would be recorded and the videos published online for everyone to... Continue Reading →
As a local WordPress community we have an opportunity to connect with each other in a way that we can never really connect with those outside of Cape Town. To foster those connections and to give us space to become a more close-knit community of WordPress users, we're going to be getting together as a community on... Continue Reading →
Saturday 12 November 2016 was the second WordPress Global Translation Day. It was my first event, not only as translator but also as co-event host. I was a little nervous as I would also mostly be meeting the attendees for the first time, so I had no idea how things would go down. Fortunately the WordPress... Continue Reading →
The Global WordPress Translation Day is 1 full day (24 hours) dedicated to bringing WordPress to more people around the world. It includes 24 hours of live training sessions on WordPress internationalisation & localisation as well as communities getting together to translate WordPress into their local languages. You can find out more on the Global... Continue Reading →
For the last few years, we've always had visitors from RLabs' GROW! Leadership Academy. Here are a few of their experiences. Chante Petersen "WordCamp 2016 took place at River Club in Observatory on the 9th of September and I was fortunate enough to attend. It was the first time that I attended the event and... Continue Reading →
This blog has been somewhat neglected of late and that's largely because we just haven't been putting in the time into it that we should be. To some degree, the same can be said for our local meetup group - while we (the organising team) have endeavoured to organise regular events for the community, we have... Continue Reading →
While you are all no doubt getting excited for WordCamp Cape Town 2015 (I know I am!), this is a brief interlude to introduce you all to a great new channel of communication that we have opened up to the WordPress community all across South Africa: The WordPress South Africa Slack Channel!
[box]This post originally appeared on WooThemes.com - head over there to leave a comment.[/box] Since we posted a wrap up post about the first do_action( 'wordpress-charity-hackathon' ), we have heard from a number of people all over the world who are interested in replicating the idea in their own cities. We will soon have a... Continue Reading →