State of the Word 2015


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State of the Word PHIL ADELPH IA , PA • 2015


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Matt Mullenweg @photomatt #WCUS


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T H A N K YO U TO O U R S P O N S O RS


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T H A N K YO U TO O U R O R GA N I Z E RS


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Alex King Kim Parsell An original contributor 
 to WordPress, web developer, founder of Crowd Favorite. WordPress docs. Plugin author. 3.7 Recent Rockstar.
 3.9 Contributing Developer.
 My contributing streak now stands at 6 releases. #wpmom


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LO O K I N G BAC K Ten Years of WordCamp


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August 5, 2006 Photo: Scott Beale


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Version 2.0


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July 21, 2007 Photo: Josh Hallett


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Version 2.1


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August 16, 2008 Photo: Scott Beale


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Version 2.6


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May 30, 2009 Photo: Sean O’Shaughnessy


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Version 2.7


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May 1, 2010 Photo: Sheri Bigelow


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Version 2.9


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August 12, 2011 Photo: Aaron Brazell


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Version 3.2


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August 7, 2012 Photo: Sheri Bigelow


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Version 3.4


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July 26, 2013 Photo: Sheri Bigelow


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Version 3.6


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October 25, 2014 Photo: Sheri Bigelow


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Version 4.0


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2015 WordCamp Stats


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In 2015 alone… 89 21k 34 C A M PS AT T E N D E E S CO U N T R I E S


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601 O R GA N I Z E RS 60% for the first time


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1.6k SPEAKERS presented 2.1k SESSIONS


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Meetups beat it: 40k 2.0k attended P EO P L E E V E N TS


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Technology is at its best when it brings people together.


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Moved from
 downloads to activity


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Adopted Slack


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WordPress.tv is now open source


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Localized plugin &
 theme directories


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All themes & plugins now support language packs With community-based translations from translate.wordpress.org


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Plugin Directory crossed one billion downloads Added over 9,000 plugins in past year


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25% of the web runs on WordPress 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 75% TO G O…


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2015 An exciting year for WordPress releases


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TWENTY FIFTEEN 4.1 DINAH WA S H I N GTO N


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D I ST R AC T I O N - F R E E W R I T I N G 4.1 DINAH WA S H I N GTO N


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L A N G UAG E S E L EC T I O N 4.1 DINAH WA S H I N GTO N


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PRESS THIS 4.2 Bud P ow e l l


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T H E M E S I N C U STO M I Z E R 4.2 Bud P ow e l l


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E M OJ I ! 4.2 Bud P ow e l l


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M E N U S I N C U STO M I Z E R 4.2 billie h o l i day


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S I T E I CO N S 4.2 billie h o l i day


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F O R M AT T I N G S H O RTC U T S 4.2 billie h o l i day


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2 0 1 5 R E L E A S E L E A DS John Blackbourn Konstantin Obenland Drew Jaynes 4 .1 4.2 4.3


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A STO RY Addressing Version Fragmentation


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Bluehost


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Over 2M WordPresses


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WordPress Versions 20% 80% Using Latest Using Older


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For Every Site Backup Upgrade Detect any problems


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2.6M Core Updates Along with Plugins & Themes


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.006% of updated sites contacted support


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Ongoing support down 18% This includes hacked sites.


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PHP is next. About 20% done, but harder


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Auto-update means each new release is adopted faster than ever. 4 .1 4.2 4.3


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4.4 is right around the corner Shipping Tuesday


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Scott Taylor 4 .4 R E L E A S E L E A D


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WordPress 4.4


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Over 2,000 Commits


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Over 400 Contributors


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Lots of Little Things WP_Comment WP_Term WP_Network drastic overhaul of Comment queries Pretty Permalinks for all Media, attached or not


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Scaffolding of REST API


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REST API An alternative to XML-RPC An alternative to admin-ajax Speak JSON with other websites Create your own arbitrary endpoints


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N E W D E FAU LT T H E M E Twenty Sixteen


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Responsive Images


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Responsive Images Supply all relevant sizes Browser picks the best image source Potentially smaller images on mobile Automatic retina support


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Term Meta


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oEmbed for WordPress


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oEmbed for WordPress Your WordPress site becomes an oEmbed provider Links to your content become rich previews on other WordPress sites Previews contain embed code to use on non-WordPress sites


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WordPress 4.4


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U P CO M I N G R E L E A S E L E A DS Mike Schroder Dominik Schilling Matt Mullenweg 4.5 4 .6 4 .7


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802 CO N T R I B U TO RS Thank you!


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CO M M I T ACC E S S 2015 2016


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205 ACC E S S I B I L I T Y T I C K E TS CO M P L E T E D 80% increase from last year


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“ I cannot believe the goldmine that the WP-API represents. Having built hundreds of apps professionally and managed many high-end clients, there is no better, simpler, way to create a mobile stack. Period! It’s the code equivalent of Graphene!


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Four REST Stories


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Microsoft


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What is Microsoft Dynamics AX? An ERP Solution Increase the speed of doing business Deliver amazing customer experiences Work smarter with connected operations Drive business performance


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What’s behind it?


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Nomadbase


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StoryCorps


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Featured on Google.com


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BLOG CMS APP PLATFORM


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E-Commerce Blog CMS WordPress


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Calypso What would it look like if we created a new interface to WordPress from scratch?


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100% JavaScript Leveraging React


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Social


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Multi-site


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Dozens of 
 PHP-only developers 
 learned JavaScript.


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Version 1.0


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PHP is not going away.


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JavaScript & 
 API-driven interfaces are the future.


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An API is 
 the key of an open web.


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CO M I N G S O O N Going SSL with LetsEncrypt


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CO M I N G S O O N PHP 7


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We will work on getting top plugins & themes available in every language.


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JavaScript PHP I N T E R FAC E API


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Customization The biggest opportunity for improving new user experience.


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WordPress will reverse the trend of closed APIs.


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H O M E WO R K A S S I G N M E N T: Learn JavaScript, deeply.


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WO R D C A M P U S 2 0 1 6 December 2–4 See you next year!


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T H A N K YO U ! Q &A @photomatt #WCUS


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