We're heading to the City of Brotherly Love for WordCamp Philly 2017, which is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, October 28 and 29. Sticker sheets help celebrate the event and the Halloween season.
Wapuu-filled sticker sheet
Four different Wapuu characters grace this Halloween-themed sticker sheet with nine total stickers packed onto this design. There is always a ton of creativity on WordCamp stickers, and Philly '17 one is no exception. Just look at Vampire Wapuu clutching the Liberty Bell, Philly Cheese Steak chowing Wapuu, mummified Wapuu carrying a pumpkin with the Philly LOVE sign that has the WordPress logo in it, and lastly boom box carrying Wapuu. All of these elements are Philadelphia staples, and they are all represented perfectly by their sticker design team.
The Philly WordPress Community
Philadelphia has an active monthly Meetup-based community that brings together WordPress fans from all around the metro area to create a local community. This Meetup features local WordPress luminaries that contribute their time and their code for all to share and benefit.
What's a Wordcamp?
Well WordCamps started as a way for WordPress communities around the world to gather. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users. It's all volunteer-driven, which is why we have been sponsoring these events for so many years. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. It's great. We've printed up hundreds of sticker sheets and WordPress logo promotional stickers.
WordCamp Philly is intended to be the premiere WordPress-related technical conference in Philadelphia. It is a two-day event, with the Saturday schedule packed with learning opportunities. This year there is going be a Sunday Contributor Day, which is hands-on hackfest that helps improve the WordPress codebase. Contributor Day is also for anyone who want to to help out and to learn from some of the most talented people around.
For WordCamp Philly, speaker sessions will be at the University of the Sciences. The After-Party (a key piece to any WordCamp) will begin at 6 pm Saturday at William Street Common. Read the post on their site for more details. If you want to learn more about Contributor Day page for the Sunday schedule.