Category: WordCamp

  • Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship for WordCamp US 2023

    The WordPress Foundation will once again offer the Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship for travel to WordCamp US 2023. At each in-person WordCamp US, the WordPress Foundation honors Kim’s commitment and valuable contributions to the WordPress open source project. The Foundation’s goal is to further the efforts of contributors who demonstrate Kim’s spirit, by helping to…

  • Update: Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship for WordCamp US 2020

    The WordCamp US organizing team has recently made the difficult decision to move WCUS 2020 online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because the Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship is intended to provide travel assistance to a woman-identifying contributor with financial need who has never attended WordCamp US before, we will not be issuing the scholarship this…

  • Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship for WordCamp US 2020

    MAY 8, 2020 UPDATE: Because WordCamp US 2020 will be online, we will not be issuing the scholarship this year. The WordPress Foundation will once again offer the Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship. Kim was a valued and committed contributor to the WordPress open source project, and this is the WordPress Foundation’s way of honoring her…

  • Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship for WordCamp US 2019

    The WordPress Foundation is once again offering the Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship, a travel assistance program. Kim was a valued and committed contributor to the WordPress open source project, and this is the WordPress Foundation’s way of honoring her. This scholarship will be awarded to a woman-identifying WordPress contributor who has never attended WordCamp US…

  • WordPress Foundation 2017 Annual Report

    We’re very excited to announce the publication of our Annual Report for 2017. Our deepest thanks to everyone who contributed their resources to open source education, charity hackathons, WordPress meetups, and annual WordCamps in 2017. We’re so grateful for your work, and so proud of how these programs continue to grow!

  • WordPress Foundation: An End-of-Year Snapshot

    Howdy! The WordPress Foundation filed taxes for 2012 recently, and we’d like to talk about how we pursued the Foundation’s charter to educate the public about WordPress and supported opportunities for people to get involved in web publishing and open source projects across the globe. In 2012, the WordPress Foundation provided support and guidance for a…

  • WordPress.tv in 2013: Video Selections

    There’s always something new on WordPress.tv, from keynote presentations to behind-the-scenes looks at recent WordCamps all over the world. Here, we’ve compiled some great videos uploaded this year, primarily of first-time presenters at WordCamps. You’ll find an assortment of topics, so dive in — there’s something for everyone. Kronda Adair — WordCamp Portland 2013 WordPress DevOps Power Hour…

  • WordCamps and Such

    Howdy! This blog has been quiet but the Foundation has been busy and I want to catch you up on what’s been going on. WordCamps: world-wide Since spring 2012, WordCamps have been held everywhere from Seoul to Seattle, Bucharest to Boston, and Vegas to Vancouver. (Vancouver also hosted BuddyCamp, the first event to be focused…

  • Our First Project: WordCamp Videos

    It’s been pretty quiet around here, but it’s been busy behind the scenes as we worked through budgets, tax requirements, legalese and reviewing the ways in which the Foundation could be of most use in helping to promote WordPress and provide education to the WordPress community. Our first program is centered around making it possible…