Foundation Policy Resolutions
Anti-Harassment and Anti-Bullying Code of Conduct
Plone Foundation board members are expected to attend most regularly scheduled meetings.
The board should reappoint committees yearly.
The board established a $3,000,000 valuation for the Plone 3.3 code base.
Guidelines on using the word “Plone” in event names.
The Plone Foundation and global Plone community actively encourage the involvement and participation of everyone....
Short version: patch submitters must sign the Plone Contributor Agreement before their patches can be merged.
Plone Foundation policies and recommendations on licensing of Plone themes, and criteria for listing themes on Plone.org
Agendas should be posted at least two days in advance, include correspondence listing.
Directors are expected to disclose financial and strong personal interests
A policy on use of *.plone.org and plone.?? names for Plone user groups
Documents authored and published by the board are licensed under Creative Commons licenses