WordPress Hackathon

WordCamp Albuquerque 2013 is hosting our 2nd annual WordCamp Hackathon. True to our programs’ missions we are looking for local creative organizations that contribute to the Albuquerque community. This could be a business, artist, musician, start-up or any type of business that benefits Albuquerque. We will select one organization and enlist a team of WordPress content producers, designers, and developers to create a website in approximately 4 hours.

PROCESS

The New Mexico community is invited to submit projects for consideration. The WordCamp Hackathon Committee will choose one dynamic organization that we believe expresses the creative, entrepreneurial, or progressive spirit of Albuquerque. These three projects will have a team of experienced WordPress experts translating their vision into a fully functional WordPress site in a 4 hour time period.

SELECTED ORGANIZATION: Corrales International School

Starting with a fresh install of WordPress for the event. One year of hosting will be provided by Southwest Cyberport.

SCHEDULE

SUBMISSION: August 19th – September 2, 2013

SELECTION: September 3rd

PREPARATION: September 4th – 12th

The organization will be matched with a team of WordPress content producers, designers and developers to collaborate on a concept that can be completed in 4 hours.

HACKATHON: Friday, September 13th at WESST

The selected organization and WordPress experts will complete the majority of work on their website during this four hour time period. Organization consultation/training instruction is provided

Followup/Critical Alts: Saturday September 14th (as needed) at Albuquerque Convention Center

Break out sessions between groups and WordCamps speakers when possible.

PRESENTATIONS: Sunday, September 15th at Albuquerque Convention Center

Final touchups are completed and project is presented.

Submissions are now closed.

ORGANIZERS

Brooks Walch lead organizer
The WCABQ Planning committee

 

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