The head of the Jetpack team lives in Albuquerque. I live in Albuquerque. When the Jetpack group got together for a meetup of their own in Albuquerque, they decided to invite the entire WordPress community to a Dinner with Jetpack meetup.
The meetup was in a Thai restaurant near the UNM campus. Jetpack people from all over were there. Australia, Argentina, and several other far-flung locations. I talked with the guy from Australia about ways Jetpack could get Pinterest to work with WordPress without adding blocks of code to new posts. He gave me some ideas I will try.
I talked to a woman from Wyoming who works in HR and hired all these Jetpackers. She came down to ABQ to meet them in person.
It’s refreshing to go to a WordPress meetup, but this one was particularly nice because so many people came. I talked to bloggers, WordPress developers, and WordCamp organizers. I saw some former students. I saw people I’d met at WordCamps. I even saw a woman who was in the same hotel in Chicago as a BlogHer convention I attended and happened to be on the same plane home that I was on. Everyone wanted to talk about blogging and social media and topics I love.
Thanks to the Albuquerque WordPress community for a great evening.
3 thoughts on “Dinner with Jetpack”
How cool!Sounds like you had a wonderful time, Virginia. Hope the tips for Pinterest works out.
He suggested the Pinterest button in Settings > Sharing, which isn’t Jetpack. I’d been using a bookmarklet from Pinterest, and it added blocks of code to new blog posts. Haven’t written a new post yet to test it.
Really good information