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=== THATCamp Badges === Contributors: jeremyboggs Donate link: http://chnm.gmu.edu Tags: conferences, badges, name tag, events Requires at least: 3.0 Tested up to: 3.0.1 Stable tag: 1.0-alpha == Description == THATCamp Badges lets you easily create name badges for events, using user registrations on your WordPress site. Select all your users, or specific users, then click the "Create Badges" button. This will create a PDF formatted for badges. Visit [THATCamp Plugins](http://thatcamp.org/plugins "THATCamp Plugins") to learn more about THATCamp Badges and other plugins by THATCamp. == Installation == The best way to install THATCamp Badges is via the Add New link under Dashboard > Plugins. To install THATCamp Badges manually, follow these steps. 1. Upload the `thatcamp-badges` directory to `/wp-content/plugins/` 2. Activate THATCamp Badges through the WordPres 'Plugins' menu 3. Visit Dashboard > TC Badges to start generate name badges from your list of site users. == Documentation == Documentation can be found at [THATCamp Plugins](http://thatcamp.org/plugins "THATCamp Plugins"). == Changelog == = 1.0-alpha = * Initial public release == Credits == Funding to create these plugins was generously provided by the Mellon Foundation as part of the 2010-2012 grant project "Digital Methods Training at Scale: Leveraging THATCamp Through a Regional System." Thanks to Andy Peatling for his badge-gen code at http://apeatling.wordpress.com/2008/08/08/creating-gravatar-enabled-conference-badges-a-how-to/ Much of the structure and organization of this plugin is borrowed liberally from the Anthologize plugin at http://anthologize.org.