This past weekend was host to WordCamp San Francisco, the largest of the WordPress meetings featured a rather extensive lineup including founder Matt Mullenweg. During which the roadmap for WordPress was outlined keeping developers and users in the loop as to what the can expect in the very near future. One of the more interesting facts to come out of the WordCamp was that WordPress now power 18.9% of website a whopping figure, which has actually grown by 2.2% since last year.
WordPress now runs 18.9% of the web — up 2.2% from last year. #wcsf #sotw
— WordCamp SF (@WordCampSF) July 27, 2013
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