2018

Plone News Roundup, February 2018

Plone News Roundup, February 2018

A review of what's been happening in the Ploniverse

Three New Members Join the Plone Foundation

Three New Members Join the Plone Foundation

The newest Plone Foundation members are Sven Strack, David Bain, and Franco Pellegrini.

Plone Selected for 2018 Google Summer of Code

Plone Selected for 2018 Google Summer of Code

Google program encourages student developers to participate in open source

Plone 5.1 Has Been Released

Plone 5.1 Has Been Released

Improved speed, reliability, and configurability

IMIO wins European Commission prize, donates to the Plone Foundation

IMIO wins European Commission prize, donates to the Plone Foundation

IMIO is a leading provider of e-government solutions using open source software used by 260 localities in Belgium

Plone Welcomes Students for Google Summer of Code 2018

Plone Welcomes Students for Google Summer of Code 2018

Plone has been granted four Google Summer of Code 2018 project slots

Announcing the Plone Conference 2019 selection process

Announcing the Plone Conference 2019 selection process

With Plone Conference 2018 drawing near, it is time to begin planning for our next conference in 2019

Successful Beethoven Sprint in Bonn

Successful Beethoven Sprint in Bonn

In June 2018, sixteen Plone developers from ten different countries gathered in Bonn, at the office of the kitconcept GmbH, to work on Plone-React, Pastanaga UI, plone.restapi, and Guillotina.

Plone Conference 2018: Registration and Call for Talks are now open

Plone Conference 2018: Registration and Call for Talks are now open

Come to Tokyo this November for training, talks, and sprints!

Plone 4.3.18 has been released

Plone 4.3.18 has been released

a new bug fix release of Plone 4

Three Members Join the Plone Foundation

Three Members Join the Plone Foundation

Our newest Plone Foundation members are Katja Süss, Davi Lima, and Eric Bréhault.

Tokyo Plone Conference 2018 Keynote Speakers Announced

Tokyo Plone Conference 2018 Keynote Speakers Announced

Eric Steele, Jim Fulton, Torajiro Aida – November 5-11, 2018

Plone 5.1.4 has been released

Plone 5.1.4 has been released

a new bug fix release of Plone 5

Tokyo Plone Conference 2018 Talks and Training Classes

Tokyo Plone Conference 2018 Talks and Training Classes

See the talks list, sign up for training classes – November 5-11, 2018

Plone on Python 3 is Closer to Reality Thanks to Huge Sprint

Plone on Python 3 is Closer to Reality Thanks to Huge Sprint

Major strides were made during the SaltLabs Sprint. The Plone community came out in force to help continue the work to move Plone 5.2 to Python 3 and to release Zope 4.0b6.

Plone Conference 2019 will be in Ferrara, Italy

Plone Conference 2019 will be in Ferrara, Italy

Save the date! Tentatively October 21-27, 2019

Thank you, Plone Conference 2018 Tokyo!

Thank you, Plone Conference 2018 Tokyo!

Plonistas from around the world enjoyed a particularly warm welcome and inspiring conference