The Framework Team is responsible for recommending code for inclusion in a Plone release. They are responsible for evaluating major changes from UI to code and making sure that PLIP implementors have what they need to get things done.
The Documentation Team manages the Plone documentation area on the web site.
Make being a release manager suck a little less. We are 1/2 QA, and 3/4 release minions. The good kind.
The Internationalization Team is responsible for the translation of Plone and add-on products.
They work hard, long hours to make sure your site is safe.
Runs automated software tests and code analysis for Plone core, Plone core projects and selected Plone add-ons. Notifies developers about regressions and code quality.
Finding ways to improve the marketing and promotion of Plone since 2003.
Responsible for writing and reviewing the news on Plone.org
Learn about various foundation committees including the Trademark Committee, Intellectual Property and Licensing Committee, Membership Committee and Communications Team
The AI-team strives to provide world-class information technology to the Plone Foundation and the members and contributors of the Plone project that is consistently available, reliable, and useful, including but not limited to: directories, revision control, websites, issue tracking, documentation management, and related tools and technologies.
The UI team evaluates user interface in Plone improvement proposals, creates and maintains user-interface guidelines for Plone, and helps developers create a good and coherent user experience in Plone.
Packaging Plone is the responsibility of the Installers Team.
The Plone Roadmap Team is responsible for articulating the high-level vision for the future of Plone, and for documenting that vision in the Plone Roadmap.
Manages the information and the look and feel of plone.org and plone.com