It’s time to start talking seriously about presentations…

It’s time to start talking seriously about presentations for April 4, and by “seriously” I mean to move the conversation from meetup.com to this site 😉

So far we have a few ideas that have been mentioned, please post them as replies to this post.

We have no rules about presentations, but our (short) experience seems to show that 4 is a good number, as long as we keep them between 20 and 30 minutes each.

If we have more proposals than available slots, priority will be given to:

  • People who have never talked before.
  • Subjects closely related to WordPress

13 thoughts on “It’s time to start talking seriously about presentations…”

  1. Topics I currently got in mind:

    Where are WPs limits? Extreme CMS usage of WP. Pushing WP to its limits.
    How to determine the difference between a good and a bad theme?

    Reply from Luca (Sartoni):
    “I would love the latter. How to evaluate a theme, before and after the purchase :)”

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    1. Sorry for the delay, trying to make a point right now… are you still up to talk about how to evaluate a theme, before and after purchasing, or is it too late?

      I love the round table idea, I think though we should try that next time, as we are just 48h away it’s a bit short.

      It would be great though to keep presentation short, so that we have some time for chat, questions, technical assistance, etc. at the end.

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      1. Ok, then I’m in. “Evaluating themes: Before and after purchase or download”. But can’t promise that it will be short. I still hope for an idea (or any input) on how to make it a bit interactive so we get some discussion out of it.

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