| 9:00 AM
**ZODB Tips and Tricks**
This session will include an
introduction to ZODB as it might be used
outside Zope including a demonstration.
Also discussed will be upcoming ZODB features:
including blob support and cross-database
|| 9:00 AM
**Case Study: Oxfam America**
Oxfam America moved to a
Plone based system and
have seen immediate ROI.
Plone and NGO goals align
naturally. First large
website to use Five/Plone.
| 9:45 AM
**Illustration Types in Plone**
Archetypes-based illustration types
for presentation of custom graphics
are described. These types exemplify
rendering to SVG and to the image
formats targeted by ReportLab.
|| 9:45 AM
**Case Study: University of North Carolina**
*Charlie Hitlin, Kapil Thangavelu*
Together, the UNC School of Medicine and CIGNEX have created a site that allows the faculty and coordinators to manage their complex curriculum needs through the web, and deliver value to the students and other users of the site.
| 11:00 AM
A product for separating a CMS from
content delivery and consumption.
Presentation will focus on use cases,
and architecture along with plone
examples and considerations for use
|| 11:00 AM
**Open Source Licenses**
Ron will discuss open source licensing
issues as they relate to Plone and to
Plone products. Specifically, Ron will
address the characterizations of works
under the US Copyright Act and how they
trigger provisions in, for example, the
GNU Public License.
| 11:45 AM
**ArchGenXML/UML and Plone**
Using the Poseidon UML modeling tool
and ArchGenXML, we will show how
to create a Plone product
in a matter of minutes without
writing a single line of code.
|| 11:45 PM
**Outside Perspective: Plone as CMS**
Paul Tindall is the Chief Technology Officer for a leading Documentum,
Interwoven, and Vignette integrator in Texas. He has written a book and numerous
Java related articles on J2EE development. Having been involved with Zope/Plone
very little, he brings an interesting perspective on where he thinks Plone can
play in the enterprise.
| 12:30 PM
| 2:00 PM
Discussion of caching strategies using Apache (mod_cache), IIS (Enfold Proxy) and
Squid. Recipes, HOWTOs and experience drawn on by implementing proxies and caches
in production environment will be shared.
|| 2:00 PM
**Branding and Community Engagement**
*Dr. Paul Dholakia*
Many OSS projects face challenges
associated with creating a coherent
and effective brand. This talk will
provide an introduction to best
practices in branding in OSS projects.
The role of an engaged developer and
user community in enhancing brands
will be discussed.
| 2:45 PM
Continuing where Geoff David and Alexander Limi left off as a lightning talk in 2003,
an evaluation of very useful collective products that have a sense of
stability will be accounted for. What makes a good product and quality
in the present and future should look like.
|| 2:45 PM
**Case Study: A Major Medical Association**
Ken Wasetis will describe the
collaboration portal requirements
of a major medical association, and
why Plone was chosen over highly-touted
commercial tools as a solution.
| 4:00 PM
Lightning Talks gives you 5 mins to say briefly something that has excited about Zope, Plone or Python. A quick paced, light hearted chance to hear each other. But beware the gong... if you wish to participate please head over to the "mailing list":"mailing list":http://lists.enfoldsystems.com/mailman/listinfo/ and specify what you would like to talk about in your 5 minutes in front of the conference.
|| 4:00 PM
**Plone as Social Software and Ambient Art**
A meditation on Plone against the backdrop of the work and ideas of
the Russian Constructivist architect and painter, El Lissitzky, and
the Dutch painter, Mondrian, for whom the future of art lay in
dissolving art objects into dynamic social space.