WordCamp Cape Town was buzzing with Twitter activity last year. We had volunteers live tweeting the event so that those unfortunate WordPress fans who could not attend could still follow the action from the comfort of their desks or mobile phones (Remember our hashtag: #WCCT). Prizes were awarded in our “Why I love WordPress” competition for the most popular Facebook, Twitter and blog posts.
The “Why I love WordPress” competition’s rules were simple: ‘We often hear people professing their love for WordPress. Talking about passion and love is easy, but at WordCamp Cape Town we encourage you to “publicly proclaim your love for WordPress” and tell the world how you feel and why you feel that way.’
Here we have compiled a selection of our favourite tweets from WordCamp Cape Town 2011. Why not let us know today why you still love WordPress and what you are most looking forward to at WordCamp Cape Town 2012? Just tweet #WCCT and shout out your love from the digital heavens!
— Mark Forrester (@mark_forrester) September 15, 2011
enjoying WCCT! gutted I lost my voice, but its better to have had a voice and lost it then to have never had a voice at all:P #wcct
— Dan Milward (@danmilward) September 15, 2011
An awesome wordpress conference. Well done to the organisers, hope we have many more#wcct
— Craig Strachan (@cdstrachan) September 15, 2011
Great day @wordcampct today. Listened to some great speakers, met some rad new web guys and was cool to catch up with others. Shot guys!
— Adrian Myburgh (@AMyburgh) September 15, 2011
Just arrived at #wcct Great to be back at an industry event after a long break, lots of friendly faces! Let’s catch up if you’re here! 🙂
— Joey da Silva (@dasijoe) September 15, 2011
— Matty (@mattyza) September 15, 2011