Plone contemplates beta3, write up from OSCOM, and Team page
Jim Fulton has made some of the work he has been doing on ExtensionClasses to make them compatible with Python 2.3 available under a branch in both CMF and Zope.
lalo 'daredevil' martin is attempting i18n branch at Plone CVS. If you want i18n. Help him. It is very very simple what you need to do. Its just *a lot* of work.
Plone is starting to be used internally by quite a few large corporations and government agencies. One of these agencies, Hawaii E-Government Initiative was kind enough to give back to the community - a internal video presentation.
A simple example Product that shows you how to put skins on the file system instead of inside the ZODB.
Come to the first Plone Seminar Day in Bordeaux.
2 weeks after the conference has given me plenty of hindsight. I would not have done anything different. Except had more coffee.
We have just sent out the reciepts for all conference attendees who registered using Paypal. Now is the time to ensure your are confirmed for the conference.
The first Plone Conference will happen October 15-17 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
For those of you who want a preview of the conference schedule (or are just curious ;), the conference overview is available.
Plone was selected as one of the open-source projects to represent at the O'Reilly booth at COMDEX, Las Vegas this month.
Comdex is one of the biggest technology conferences in the world. O'Reilly Network has graciously selected Plone as one of the 20 projects they would like to see at Comdex. Now you must help vote for Plone to get us selected as one of the six projects they will have on their stand.
Not quite 0.9.9, its 0.9.9.Closer. Sorry, but I couldn't end a good thing. We also have CMFExample, which is an example website that you can manage via Plone. Biggest changes - filesystem refactoring, usability fixes, move to 2 column layout. Please look to CVS if you want to help Plone development.
Bug Day 3 was announced on short notice. We are going to clean out the collector, add some minor enhancements (possibly) and release a beta of Plone in the following days.
This Friday is an official Bug Hunt Day for Plone 2.0. After this effort, we will release the last beta, and move on to RC's, with a planned release of Plone 2.0 final by the end of November.
In effort to get 1.0 details sorted out we will host the 2nd Plone Bug Day on openprojects.net on #plone. This will begin July 25 @ 9AM CST
You are all invited to help squash bugs, implement new features, and meet the Plone Team. Tuesday, June 18 @ 8AM US/Central or 13:00:00 GMT. Hopefully we will continue throughout the day.
October 10, 2002 - 1600 GMT in #plone we will start the beta2 bug day. This was taken from mail to plone-dev.