The second day of WordCamp Europe 2019 is on! WordCamp Europe 2019 has a packed schedule with three main conference tracks and three workshop tracks. Enjoy additional content such as WP Cafe and Wellness at WCEU, or you can hang out in the hallway track and get to know your fellow attendees. There’s something for everyone!

Workshop registration 

Pick up tickets for workshops on Saturday from 8:30. Each attendee can sign up for two workshops per day, and all workshops are free. Learn more about registering for workshops.

Meet Speakers 

Find out who will take to the stage at the event by browsing WCEU list of Speakers.

Meet all Sponsors 

Get to know the generous Sponsors that support WCEU and make the event possible.

Connect to WiFI 

WiFi: WCEU
Password: WCEU2019

Join the conversation 

Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #WCEU. You can also tag @WCEurope in posts.

Swag 

  • Swag Desk: Pick up your WCEU t-shirt from 14:00. Location is #11 Registration.
  • Swag Store Pop-Up: Shop the Swag store until 17:00, and pick up your pre-order if you took advantage of the online discount. Location is #57 at the end of the Small Business Sponsors area.

What else is happening at WCEU?

  • Charity Drop: donate WordCamp t-shirts you no longer need to charity.
  • Contributing Area: keep contributing to WordPress or get some work done.
  • Community Help Desk: get a site health check and answers to all things WordPress.
  • Info Desk: your go-to place for information during the event.
  • Wellness at WCEU: mindfulness, yoga and meditation sessions.– WP Cafe: connect and chat about a range of topics.

Quick links 

Schedule 22 June 2019


Livestream 

Watch the event from the comfort of your own home or wherever you like! Click the link, and you will be directed to YouTube.

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

WP Cafe

WP Cafe 22 June 2019

Wellness at WCEU

Wellness at WCEU 22 June 2019

Reminder: What’s coming up

Everything you need to know, from early check-in on Thursday ’til the After Party on Saturday.

– Warm-up events on Wednesday 19 June
– Contributor Day on Thursday 20 June
– Main Conference Days on Friday 21 June and Saturday 22 June
– After Party on Saturday 22 June from 19:00
– Post-WCEU WP Meetup on Monday 24 June

What else is happening during WCEU?

– Charity Drop: donate WordCamp t-shirts you no longer need to charity.
– Contributing Area: keep contributing to WordPress or get some work done.
– Community Help Desk: get a site health check and answers to all things WordPress.
– Info Desk: your go-to place for information during the event.
– Wellness at WCEU: mindfulness, yoga and meditation sessions.
– WP Cafe: connect and chat about a range of topics.
– WordPress Workshop for Kids during Contributor Day for ages 8-14.

After Party

WCEU After Party this year takes you back to the 80s. 
Badge is required for entry. Dressing up is optional.

Food will be available, but we recognise that many may want to have dinner out with friends and colleagues then join the After Party later. Keeping food waste to a minimum, we will only serve food at the beginning of the After Party.



How to use the WCEU PWA

Here is a FAQ on using the new PWA for #WCEU 2019 to access live information while you are at the conference.

What is a PWA?

PWA stands for Progressive Web Application.

It’s a website that has been enhanced to look and feel as though it were an app you have downloaded from an app store. WCEU has created a PWA for the 2019 conference. You will be able to view content optimised for your mobile device and therefore improve your experience.

It is simple to use and does not require any software installation.

Why use it?

The PWA will give you instant and continuously updated information about what is happening at the event in real time. It will show you what is on now and what is up next in each of the tracks, workshops, Wellness and WP Cafe sessions on the conference days, Friday 21 and Saturday 22 June 2019.

By using a PWA, you will not need to download and install an app. All you need to do is to visit the WordCamp Europe website and add it to your Home screen (how to details below). You will then be able to view content even if you are offline, for example, the schedule and session information. Any page you visit on the website while you are online will also be available to you offline as the content will be automatically stored locally on your device for at least the duration of the event.

How do I use it?

When you go to the Homepage of the website, you will be viewing the PWA. To have the best experience on a mobile, you need to add it to the home screen on your device. No separation installation of an app is necessary and you don’t need to download anything from an App Store. It will look like you are using a normal (native) app.

Once you have installed the PWA to your device, make sure you visit the full schedule on the PWA whilst online, and it will be there for you when you go offline. The same goes for any other pages you want to make sure are available to you offline.

I don’t know how to save to home screen and use the PWA, where can I get help?

There’s some tips below. But you can also come to the Info Desk open between 08:00 to 18:00 on Friday and Saturday, and one of the team will be able to help you get it set up.

Continue reading “How to use the WCEU PWA”→

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