Plone Conference 2004 — Content Management without Borders
- September 20-22, 2004
- Vienna, Austria at the Volksgarten Discothek, Burgring 1, 1010 Vienna
- Alan Runyan, Plone Founder
- Alexander Limi, Plone Founder
- Jim Fulton, Zope Corporation
- Tres Seaver, Zope Corporation
- Benjamin Saller, Creator of Archetypes
- Paul Everitt, Zope Europe Association
All these will be giving talks, as well as a number of other influential Plone developers. Check out the conference program for the full overview
Talks, tutorials, keynotes are available at the Conference Schedule
The price if you pre-register is 450 euros for both talks and tutorials, and 200 euros for the talks only. This includes the official Conference T-shirt, printed material of the tutorials, lunch (a vegetarian option is available) — and two different snacks in the afternoon. Oh, and of course free wireless internet connection.
When ordering tickets, keep in mind that we will have a party the last day - so don't book your flight too early the next day. ;)
- How to get around in Vienna
- Suggested accommodations
- Travel Directions
- Conference Wiki, including Party information. If you have a plone.org account you can modify the wiki. Use this to organize rooms, BoF sessions etc.
Vienna Conference T-Shirts
Other Related Happenings
In relation to the Plone Conference, several events are arranged before and after. Here's a short overview:
- Castle Sprint 2004
- Mountain Sprint starting a few days before the Plone Conference at Telesis in Vorarlberg, direct night-train-transfer to the Plone Conference.
- Plone Foundation Board Meeting
The Board of Directors of the Plone Foundation will meet face-to-face in the late afternoon of Sunday, 19th September, one day before the Conference starts.
- Plone Party
We've organized a party for the last evening (Wednesday the 22nd). Keep this in mind when booking your return tickets.
- Opening Meeting on Sunday
We've reserved a complete restaurant for participants who want to meet the night before. Details will follow here .
- For all questions about talks, sponsoring or anything else send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or have a look at the Information page.
About the Plone Conference
Like our first conference in New Orleans, this year's conference will focus primarily on the people that make Plone what it is—the developers and contributors to the finished product. In addition to this focus, we will also be adding material to benefit those in business and politics who have adopted Plone within their organizations. As Plone is built on top of the Zope server infrastructure, our success has had the side-effect of attracting tens of thousands of users to the Zope Application Server. For this reason, will will include sessions on not just Plone, but also its supporting technologies, Zope and Python.
The three-day conference in Vienna, Austria will begin on September 20th and run until September 22nd. There will be two different tracks - a Tutorial Track for those who would like to learn their first bit about Plone or advance their skills, as well as a Talks Track for those who would rather hear some history, use-cases, and demonstrations of what Plone can do.
Concluding the 2004 Plone Conference on Wednesday night will be a party held at the discothek which will undoubtedly be something not to miss.
Check back for updates
As with any event of this magnitude, we aren't able to provide every detail you may be looking for at this point in time about the 2004 Plone Conference. We do, however, ask that you come back and check this page often for updates on the conference and pertinent news relating to it. If you have a plone.org account, you can use the Conference Wiki to organize common travel and hotel booking plans, or simply to tell us what kind of talks you expect or maybe would like to give. For those of you who don't have a Plone.org account, just send an email to email@example.com.
Tuesday dinner update
Information to conference participants about the tuesday organized dinnner is available here