Poll for those not attending WordCamp Miami: Which sessions should be liveblogged?


WPCandy will be two people strong at WordCamp Miami this weekend: myself and Aaron Kugler. We will be liveblogging the whole weekend, of course. But there are only two of us, and three tracks full of worthwhile sessions. We can only liveblog a handful of them, and while there are a few that have caught our eye, we thought we would ask those who won’t be able to make it what they would like to see.

Sound off in the poll below. Review the schedule for WordCamp Miami tomorrow, and then vote for the three sessions that you would like to see WPCandy liveblog tomorrow afternoon, and we’ll make sure the most popular ones are in there. Then, be sure to watch the liveblog to follow the events of the sessions, in real time.

The full poll is after the jump.

Personally I’m most looking forward to the double-sized developer session led by Mark Jaquith and Andrew Nacin. I’m not sure there are any poll results that could stop me from liveblogging that session.

What are you most interested in?

4 thoughts on “Poll for those not attending WordCamp Miami: Which sessions should be liveblogged?

  1. A note on our Q&A, we plan to start with short talks on plugin security and contributing to core — as both of us are very passionate about these topics and find them important. After that, it’s no holds barred questions on any topic. I’ll even research and write code live on the screen if that’s what it takes. 🙂

  2. Just liveblog the Developer Track from start to finish and I’ll be happy! 🙂

    Unfortunately, to my understanding, there will be no live video stream and no “official” video recording of the tracks. Any attendants that can record a session or two will be much appreciated from all of us who would like to attend but can’t!

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