The organisers of the 2011 Plone Conference are dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, therefore we are pleased to announce the adoption of a comprehensive anti-harassment policy.
The Plone Conference organizers are pleased to announce that submissions are now being accepted from the community for talks at the 2011 Plone Conference in San Francisco.
The Plone Foundation Board of Directors has announced the selection of Carol Ganz, Alan Hoey and Héctor Velarde as the newest members of the Plone Foundation.
The August 2011 Tune-Up aims to improve users' experience by improving accessibility in Plone.
A code fix for a vulnerability in Zope 2.12.x and Zope 2.13.x that allows execution of arbitrary code by anonymous users affecting versions of Plone 4 is now available.
The 2011 Open Source awards held by Packt Publishing are now in the voting stage. If you're a user or fan of Plone - make sure you register your vote.
This week's Tune-Up will focus on finishing the 3.3.6 release. We will focus on fixing the last tests so that this release can move forward.
A regional Plone symposium in May 18-19 at Pennsylvania State University, hosted by WebLion.
In addition to being the most hated and feared day in the United States, Friday, April 15th (Tax Day) is also the date of the next Plone Tune-Up. In order to help get version 3.3.6 of Plone ready for release, this month's Tune-Up will focus on issues blocking this important release.
A full listing of the pre-conference training at Plone Symposium East (PSE) at Penn State University is now available.
The Plone Conference 2011 website, ploneconf.org, is now online with information, schedules and ticket sales.