- Plone Planning and Organizing Sprint 2016
- What Sprints
- When Jul 29, 2016 to Jul 31, 2016 (Europe/Amsterdam / UTC200)
- Where several locations world wide: including Amsterdam, NL; Munich, DE; ...
- Contact Name Sven Strack, Paul Roeland and Alexander Loechel
- Web Visit external website
- Add event to calendar iCal
Dear Plone Community,
we do see a lot of sprints and work getting done on Plone the product, but that is usually all code sprints. Plone is in a state were we have to get our homework done and better present Plone to customers and the web and CMS market.
With Plone 5.x we now have a stable release that will last for several years, several keynotes about Plone has been presented on various CMS and Python related conferences, like the awesome keynote by Cris Ewing at PyCon US.
For this purpose we do plan a Planning and Organizing Sprint2 on several locations world wide on the weekend Friday 29. till Sunday 31. July 2016.
See the final TitanPad for this sprint
We need our homework done and get everything to a state were we could show new persons and customers why Plone is one of the very few Open Source Communities that has survived the changing of community away from the 'founding generation', and why Plone is still one of the leading systems in the CMS and Portal market.
For this sprint we need the project managers, the communications and marketing people, and everybody that would like to help Plone without writing more code. This Sprint focus on Planning and Organizing, without a single line of code ....
Besides the 'core' we have lots of other projects and moving parts which helps us and makes us a awesome community. Over time different projects get started but later on never finished or even forgotten.We want to change that, this sprint is meant to identify these 'issues' and find a solution how we as community can close them. That means there will be no hardcore coding involved, it is about identifying 'issues', discussions and finding possible solutions. (OK, whipping up a prototype of a nice page can come into play...)
We do want to work and discuss on those open parts:
- Plone.org, Plone.com and other Plone portals in the community
- Paragon, Plone Add-On-Listings
- Documentation, as well as documentation for best practice projects (ploneorg.core)
- Security documentation and infos on the Plone portals
This list can (and hopefully will) grow, but is also depending on the locations that join and the number of people who are willing to attend.
Best regards,the organizing team:Sven Strack, Paul Roeland and Alexander Loechel