Plone Symposium South America 2010
The Second Plone Symposium South American · November 22–28, 2010 · Cordoba, Argentina
Plone Cono Sur is proud to announce the second edition of Plone Symposium South American to be held in Cordoba, Argentina during November 22th until 28th 2010.
Dates to remember
Submit Session Proposal
Deadline: September 1st 2010.
Early bird registration
Deadline: October 1st 2010.
Training: November 22th and 23th
Scheduled Talks: November 24th and 25th
Success stories session: November 25th, 3pm to 8pm
Sprint: November 26th to 28th.
News and updates
- Plone Symposium South America 2010 - Call for proposals
- Announcing Plone Symposium South America 2010
About Plone Symposium South America
Plone Symposium South America is organized by Plone Cono Sur with the support of Python Brasil and Plone Foundation. Its main goal is to gather users and people interested to meet the Content Management System and its community.
The Symposium includes 3 events:
- Training - November 22th and 23th
Initial and advanced development with Plone. More information coming soon.
- Simposium - November 24th and 25th
Inlcudes scheduled talks, open spaces, lighting talks and sucess stories session.
- Sprint - November 26th to 28th
More information coming soon.
- November 21th: Tourism and City sightseeing (half a day, after lunch)
- November 24th: Asado and Cabrito Cordobes (The best meal you're going to eat in your whole life)
- November 25th: Soccer Match: Members of Argentinian Community vs the rest of the World
- November 29th: Tourism and Sightseeing (all day long)
The Symposium will have a great venue located on the historical downtown, the Windsor Hotel.
Córdoba is located near the geographical center of Argentina, about 700 km (435 mi) northwest of Buenos Aires. Cordoba is the second largest city in Argentina, and has all the features of a metropolitan city. The city is 5 centuries old, it has lovely pedestrian streets, huge shopping centers, and many historical places, some of them considered World Heritage by UNESCO. The city is surrounded by valleys, formed up by three main mountain groups. It is known for the colonial buildings in the center as well as for the beautiful hills in the surroundings. The city is called La Docta because of the many universities and scientific institutes. Around 200.000 people study here, which makes the city one of those with the youngest and liveliest appearance in South America.