Cebu Blog Camp 2010

April 5, 2010 | No Comments Yet

Cebu Blog Camp

The first Cebu Blog Camp will be held on May 22 at the CAP Auditorium, CAP Complex.

Cebu Blog Camp is an event that focuses on honing the skills of bloggers offline. This event will gather a large number of bloggers all over Cebu to discuss the latest developments on the Web, Search engines, and making money online.

No details on the topics and speakers yet, but the about page gives details on the organizers. Registration begins today. The event is free of charge but only the first 200 signups will enjoy seats. Always great to see new blogging events all around the country like this.

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iBlog6 schedule posted & registration open

February 19, 2010 | 1 Comment

iBlog6 has opened its doors for online registration, on this page. The 2-day event is completely free, so there’s absolutely no reason not to sign up now. The schedule has also been posted, which indicates the difference between the talks on April 16 and 17:

The first day (April 16) is targeted for businesses and entrepreneurs wanting to understand how to tap blogs as a medium to promote their products and services. The second day (April 17) is meant to everyone interested about blogging.

Edit: No word yet on there will be an afterparty this year. Keep up with all the updates at the iBlog site.

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WordCamp 2009 Davao on September 12

August 26, 2009 | No Comments Yet

The Davao leg of the WordCamp Philippines is happening again this year, exactly one week before the big one in AIM, Makati. The difference is that it will happen in the evening and it costs cheaper:

Venue: Villa Margarita Hotel, J.P. Laurel Ave., Bajada, Davao City
Date: 12 September 2009 (Saturday)
Time: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Registration Fee: ?250.00 per person (for students, ?200.00)

It’s 23 days until WordCamp Philippines and 17 to WordCamp Davao. Register now!

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WordCamp Philippines 2009 early registration begins

July 14, 2009 | No Comments Yet

WordCamp Philippines is less 2 months away and registration is now open. The earlier you pay, the less you spend.

Right now it only costs Php500 or $12 for a ticket, which includes lunch and freebies. This rate lasts only until August 8. Unfortunately they only accept PayPal, but I expect that to change pretty soon.

Also watch out for t-shirts and stickers that will be sold online. Can’t wait for the e-store to come back!

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2nd Mindanao Bloggers Summit registration opens

September 29, 2008 | 2 Comments

The 2nd Mindanao Bloggers Summit, which will be held on October 25 to 26 in General Santos City, has opened its registration. Take note that you don’t have to come from Mindanao to be eligible for this event.

Who can register?

  • Any past or present Mindanao resident who has a blog (WordPress, Blogger, Live Journal, I.com, Multiply, Friendster, Imeem, etc. or a self-hosted blog)

Instructions for registering are available at the above blog post. Similar to the process for WordCamp Philippines, you’ll have to write a post saying you’ll be attending MBS2, which should include a sponsors list. Deadline for registration is on October 18.

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Philippine Blog Awards attendee registration opens

September 14, 2008 | No Comments Yet

Wondering how you can watch the Philippine Blog Awards live? We finally have an answer. Organizers have opened registrations for blogger attendees. There will be 200 available slots. Take note, this is for bloggers only.

Due to venue limitations, we are only opening 200 slots for bloggers at the moment. Once all slots have been filled out, we’ll post an announcement on this blog. We’ll also announce it should there be additional seats available.

Register here.

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WordPress 2.6.2

September 9, 2008 | No Comments Yet

WordPress 2.6.2 is a security release which tackles problems with SQL Column Truncation and mt_rand().

Since WordPress 2.6.1 was an optional update—first time in the history of WordPress—is WP 2.6.2 the same way? Here’s the answer:

If you allow open registration on your blog, you should definitely upgrade. With open registration enabled, it is possible in WordPress versions 2.6.1 and earlier to craft a username such that it will allow resetting another user’s password to a randomly generated password.

The dev blog also notes that this vulnerability is also applicable to other PHP-based applications.

Aside from security fixes, WP 2.6.2 contains a number of bug fixes as well.

Download WordPress 2.6.2 now.

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