Plone Symposium East 2009 is fast approaching, with attendees hungry to hear from all you clueful Plone luminaries.
Have something fun to talk about on May 28 or 29? Shoot us a proposal!
And with our newfound confidence that people will actual show up for this thing (we had something like 110 registrants last year and are shooting for even more), we're giving speakers a $75 thank-you discount on registration. Proposal submissions are open until March 23, so start your scheming now!
We welcome talks on all topics, for all levels. A wish list lives on the WebLion wiki; please add to it. So far, people have asked for...
- Case studies—how Plone's been successfully applied
- Using Grok with Plone
- Plone for instructional design
- What's coming up in Plone 4
- Plone in academic research
We're also starting to accumulate sprint ideas for May 30-31. Please add to the pot!
Finally, we're looking to do two days of in-depth training on May 26-27. What do you want to learn about? What do you want to teach? Scribble it on the page.
For more on this cheap ($250 early-bird) symposium, visit http://plone.org/events/regional/plone-symposium-east-2009. Registration should open in the next day or so.
Thanks for sharing your expertise!