Live stream attendees: welcome to the Hallway Track

The live stream is a great way for people all over the world to take part in WordCamp San Francisco and learn from our amazing speakers. But what about all the fun (and educational) conversations that happen between the sessions, in the hallway, or at the lunch table?

This year, we’ve recruited members of the WordPress podcasting community to roam the halls of Mission Bay Conference Center, interviewing attendees, and capturing the WordCamp experience on video. Thank you to members of the DradCastWPTavern, and WPwatercooler for participating, and thanks to the WordPress Foundation for lending us the camera kits!

Podcasters will be uploading footage to the live stream hourly, so you’ll be privy to “hallway track” discussions throughout both days. The interviews will also be published – along with the recordings of all the sessions at WordCamp SF – on

Did the WordCamp SF live stream just get even cooler? We think so! By the way, live stream tickets are still available, with or without t-shirt.

5 thoughts on “Live stream attendees: welcome to the Hallway Track

  1. Phillip

    This sounds like a great idea! This Live Stream is going to be my first WordCamp experience, I’m really looking forward to it. I’ve also got a ticket to attend WordCamp Portland in August and that will be my first in-person experience.

  2. Jason Tucker

    I’m excited to be a part of the hallway track stuff. It should be fun to walk around and talk to folks. If you see Dre or I walking around be sure to say Hi! 🙂

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