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

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As a true European nomad, and after Italy, France, and Switzerland, Paolo currently lives in Vienna, from where he leads the Spectrum Division for Automattic and the WordCamp Europe 2017 crew. When not thinking about WordPress, he is usually absorbed by his other passion, photography. Paolo lives online at

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  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 :)”


  2. I’d love to show how to use Jetpack on a local host using a WordPress approved way 😉


    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.


      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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