Final Week to Register for Plone Conference 2010

This is the final week to register for the Plone Conference 2010 taking place in Bristol, UK on the 27th - 29th October.

With the Plone Conference due to start next week, now is your last chance to register for the event and attend the largest Plone event of the year.

The conference is being held in Bristol, UK and the main dates are the 27th-29th October. Tickets cost GBP 320+VAT, and you can register now at

Meet up with hundreds of Plone developers and users from across the globe and hear over 50 talks on subjects ranging from case studies of Plone in action to talks on integrating Plone with other systems and what is coming up in future Plone releases.

As well as two days of scheduled talks we have an 'unconference' day on the third day in which you the attendees can propose talks for the day. This is an excellent way to expand on any information you picked up from chats over a coffee or beer.

...and speaking of beer... there will be a mini beer and pie festival where you can try some local English beers and eat some local award winning pies and of course chat to other Plonistas - all in the setting of a historic former bank.

Also get a chance to hear a guest keynote by Richard Noble, former world land speed record holder and director of the Bloodhound SSC project aiming to get up to 2,400 km/h, and the similarities between approches to their project and Open Source Software development.

There is also training happening the two days before the event, and sprints happening the two days after.

For full information on the event and schedule of talks go to: