More Faces of WordPress

As a publishing platform, WordPress technology rocks. But what also makes WordPress amazing is the vast community of users, designers, coders, plugin developers and those many others who don’t fit neatly into any single category.

We started Faces of WordPress last year to highlight members of this global community who are based in Middle Tennessee. You can see the 2014 profiles here.

As WordCamp Nashville 2015 approaches, we continue this tradition – a second year makes it a tradition, right? This year, we ask you to take a few minutes to fill out our Faces of WordPress form, which will allow us to put together and publish more of them.

This is a great opportunity to show the diversity of our WordPress community and showcase how you use WordPress. The post will include a link to your primary site, your Twitter handle published and even a photograph showing your smiling or growling face – if you follow the directions within the form!

Please keep in mind the purpose here: Faces of WordPress highlights people and the platform and what it has allowed them to do. These are not advertorials, and the information you submit will be reviewed, edited if necessary and published by a person. Humor is acceptable; off-color language is not. A modest boast will be tolerated; overt promotional language will not be.

If you are reading this, you already are a face of WordPress. Why not make it official?

Take me to the Faces of WordPress form immediately!