meet·up \mēt-əp\ noun
A meeting, especially a regular meeting of people who share a particular interest and have connected with each other through a social-networking Web site.
Year of the Meetup – WordPress News
Meetups bring together people with common interests. A WordPress Meetup is when a community of people who have a common love of WordPress get together to discuss all things WordPress on a regular basis. These WordPress Meetups come in all different shapes and sizes, and carry multiple WordPress learning benefits.
In the article from WordPress News, it lists a few different types of Meetup people like to participate in: Continue reading WordPress Words: WordPress Meetup
Users can now use the WordPress Events Calendar, to find ways to connect with other WordPress fans. They also have the opportunity to learn more from developers, designers, and bloggers by attending one of many collaborative groups. Some of these event groups include: Continue reading New WordPress Community Events Calendar
Posts are what make your blog a blog — they’re servings of content that are listed in reverse chronological order on your blog’s front page.
Posts – WordPress Support Documentation
Example: “Did you write enough posts for the WordPress Newspaper site? You need to write five more posts by midnight.”
According to WordPress.com’s Support article on posts, posts are the essential content which make WordPress a blog. A post can be anything: an announcement of a new content series, a photograph of a special moment, a quote once buried but now on display, or even just a solitary link followed by a description. Continue reading WordPress Words: Posts
The Clark College WordPress class students review WordPress news around the world to bring you the latest news and WordPress resources during the academic year.
WordPress Core Weekly: A summary of all the updates made to WordPress in the last week. Formerly known as Last Week In WordPress Core. Continue reading WP News: WordPress 4.1, Blogging 201, and LoopConf
According to WordCamp Central, the official headquarters for WordCamps and the WordCamp schedule of events worldwide:
“WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other.”
Everyone from casual users to developers get to know each other through the love of WordPress. Continue reading What You Need to Know About WordPress Events
WordShesh is a virtual style WordCamp presenting WordPress topics streamed for 24 hours on December 7, 2013, from 00:00 UTC on. There will be one session every hour on the hour with international WordPress experts.