[wp-edu] Educational Focused WordCamp?
hhou at esm.rochester.edu
Thu Sep 9 22:15:56 UTC 2010
It¹s true, saying ³double you pee dash ee dee you² is awkward, but I think
it might be the more appropriate option in that it doesn¹t limit to MU or
WordPress as a learning tool (and also parallels this mailing list name
nicely!). I wonder if there would be a way to work with the great minds
behind WPMu Ed to migrate/mirror applicable content in a non-²deprecated
Helen Hou-Sandi (MM¹08)
Web Developer, Eastman School of Music
From: Jay Collier <jay.collier at thecompass.com>
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Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2010 17:57:15 -0400
To: <wp-edu at lists.automattic.com>
Subject: Re: [wp-edu] Educational Focused WordCamp?
I just took a look at <wp-edu.org <http://wp-edu.org/> > without the hyphen:
<http://wpedu.org <http://wp-edu.org/> >. Using that domain, we'd have to be
always repeating "hyphen" in conversation ;) Poor typists would wonder when
we started doing auto-translation.
<http://dev.wpmued.org/> seems to have an established function and sounds as
if it is focused on MU.
Also available (with neighbors):
wplearning.org <http://wplearning.org> (http://wplearning.com)
wplearn.net <http://wplearn.net> (http://wplearn.com, http://wplearn.org)
On Sep 9, 2010, at 5:42 PM, Jeff VanDrimmelen wrote:
> If the site already exists out there, that's great. I'd love to contribute.
> If not, can we use wp-edu.org <http://wp-edu.org/> ? It is available. I'm
> just not sure we that is okay.
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> On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 4:22 PM, Jane Wells <jane at automattic.com> wrote:
>> Didn't Jim Groom start a site a while back where ed people were
>> posting what they're doing with WP/MU/BP in academic settings?
>> On 9/9/10 5:15 PM, Helen Hou wrote:
>>> > That's where I'm hung up a little bit as well, actually. I knew that the
>>> > idea of a resource beyond conferences would be stepping out of bounds, if
>>> > you will, so thank you for calling that out. I still love the idea of a
>>> > targeted WordCamp, but I know that for myself (and probably for a lot of
>>> > working for educational institutions), the time/money/ability to travel to
>>> > conference is very limited. Since there seems to be a lot of interest in
>>> > sharing information, why not start with a site and keep the goal of a
>>> > WordCamp in mind? Should we start a new e-mail thread to clarify?
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