In previous years I’ve written a bucket list for things I want to achieve while attending WordCamp London. This year I already have 9 items. I’m sure I’ll find the 10th very soon.
Most years, before visiting WordCamp London, I write a long bucket list of things I hope to achieve. This year it’s no different, although the main focus is on developing blocks for the new block editor, Gutenberg.
WordCamp London 2017 is over and I am back home thinking about the past weekend and the future. Here’s an update to my bucket list.
In 2015 I wrote a bucket list of things to achieve before leaving WordCamp London; bucket list – post WordCamp London 2015.
After the event it was much longer; bucket list – WordCamp London: 20-22 March 2015 (#wcldn).
This year I’ve volunteered my services to help with the running of the event. Will I have more or less opportunity to work on my bucket list? It’s a bigger list than ever.
If you happen to know an answer, just come to find me, let me know, and then after a few more questions you can go on your way.
I’ll be wearing a blue “localhost” T-shirt, just like the other volunteers. If you can’t find me just tell another volunteer and they can either pass it on through Group Me, or look utterly bemused.
Here’s my list, in no particular order.
I attended WordCamp London 2015 from 20th – 22nd March. Prior to the event I wrote my bucket list for things to achieve before I left. Now I have an even longer list of things to do. If you want to help me complete my bucket list, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Abbreviated version: work on www.oik-plugins.com/oik-plugins/oik-clone-clone-your-wordpress-content/ before (nearly) all the others in the list.
WordCamp London 2015 ( Twitter hashtag #wcldn ) promises to be a great weekend.