A weekend where WordPress developers and/or businesses owners get together to write code, share ideas, collaborate on projects, and maybe even relax.
Do you like WordPress?
Do you like sharing ideas, stories and (GPL) code with like minded people?
Do you have an idea for a new plugin, and want to team up with someone to get it finished and published?
Do you have a WordPress project that you’ve been wanting to finish, but haven’t been able to find the time?
If you answered yes to any (or all) of those questions, then this weekend is for you!
Arrive Friday 16 August 2013 after 3pm.
Depart Monday 19 August 2013 by 9am.
A deluxe 5 star holiday house (including ocean views) in Phillip Island, Victoria:
(Photos courtesy of the holiday house’s owner)
- 3 nights accommodation in Rhyll, Phillip Island, Victoria.
- 7 meals (Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, Saturday lunch, Saturday dinner, Sunday breakfast, Sunday lunch, Sunday dinner).
- your own bed (including linen).
- the opportunity to collaborate and have fun with some great Australian WordPress people!
$250 AUD per person (paid in advance).
Note: we are not going to profit from this event – any extra money will be spent on additional food/drinks/snacks for everyone.
What do I need to bring?
- your laptop and charger
- mobile phone (with mobile data) – wifi is not available, so we’ll need to use our phones for internet access
- any alcoholic drinks
- any specialist snacks/food
- your wetsuit (if you’re crazy enough to swim during a Melbourne winter!)
Can I come?
We are keeping the numbers small – places are limited to 10-12 people.
If you’re willing to sleep on the floor (instead of in a bed), it is more likely we’ll be able to squeeze you in.
So if you’re interested in coming, please contact me.
This event is now sold out. Please keep an eye on the blog if/when we organise another one of these events.
I can’t make it on those dates. Will there be another one?
No promises, but we’re really excited about this concept, and we’re hoping to make them a (semi) regular event in different locations around Australia.
Full disclosure: this event wasn’t my idea – recently in Portland, Justin Sainton organised an event called BeachPress, and he’s been kind enough to give me some advice and let me run a similar event in Australia.