Following is the hashtag information you need to follow this weekend’s WordPress and accessibility events on social media. Even if you can’t attend the events in person, you can still learn a lot from what gets posted on social media under the various hashtags.
For those posting using the below hashtags, please remember to ensure that the content you post to social media is as accessible to everyone as possible. On with this week’s events.
Pods is a WordPress plugin that provides a user interface for building custom content types and custom fields into any WordPress install. PodsCamp, an even centered around learning how to use and develop with Pods, first began in 2014, and this year’s even takes place November 4 and 5 in Austin, TX. You can follow the event via social media using the PodsCamp hashtag.
Accessibility Camp Toronto
The goal of accessibility camps is to provide an open, informal space for conversation and networking around digital access and inclusion. Accessibility Camp Toronto takes place on November 5, has five tracks encompassing 25 talks. You can follow it on social media using the #a11yTO hashtag.
WordCamps are informal events put together by WordPress users where everyone can share ideas and network. There are several happening this weekend, as with most weekends. WordCamp Wilmington #WCWilmington takes place on November 5 and 6 in Wilmington, North Carolina. WordCamp Medellín #WCMde takes place on November 5 in Medellín, Antioquia
Colombia. WordCamp San Jose #WCCR takes place on November 5 and 6 in San José, San José Province
Costa Rica. WordCamp Omaha #WordCampOmaha takes place November 5 and 6 in Omaha, Nebraska. WordCamp Denver #WCDenver takes place November 5 and 6 in Denver, Colorado. WordCamp Santander #WCSantander takes place November 5 and 6 in Cantabria
Happy learning and networking, everyone.