The Plone Team wishes you a happy holiday!
Lots of brilliant people sacrificed a lot of time to get Plone 2.0 ready for prime time. Here are some of the happenings for day 2 and day 3 of the Bug Weekend.
The 2.0Beta2 version of GRUF is out ! It fixes some annoying bugs and is the next GRUF step before Plone 2.0 is out.
Linux.co.uk has been running for quite some time on a commercial product called zExtranet.
What an amazing effort. We started out with ~400 open issues, and are now down to 122.
The bug day has started, here's some more info on how you can help.
In only three working days, the team of Peter Schwendener, Head of the Statistical Department of the Canton Basel-Stadt, published over 200 pages of statistical data using the Plone CMS. The site shows the results of a bi-annual questionnaire where the citizens of Basel answer questions about e.g. the living standards and the social environment of their city. Detailed results of the over 300 charts, documents, and tables provide a rich overview of Basel and its development.
We are getting very close to the final release of Plone 2.0, it's running on plone.org, and is very stable (and wonderful to work with). However, there are still some unresolved bugs, and we need your help this Friday.
The Archetypes Team is proud to announce Archetypes 1.2.2
We went to Vegas, baby!
The latest Release Candidate of Plone 2.0 is released. Please help us test the migrations and give feedback in the Collector.
First batch of conference videos go online, COMDEX summaryand Release Candidate 2 is nearing completion.
solution2u.net has organized a Sprint in the mountains of Austria. There is sure to be a lot of snow for skiing.
During the Linux Day 2003 (29 November) in Italy there will be a Zope and Plone presentations in more than 10 cities!
The Archetypes Team is proud to present Archetypes 1.2.0 final
The Archetypes Team is proud to present the third beta release of Archetypes 1.2.0. Another step closer to the final!
Plone was selected as one of the open-source projects to represent at the O'Reilly booth at COMDEX, Las Vegas this month.
I'm pleased to announce the 1.0 final release of the PortalTransforms Zope product. It provides two new CMF tools in order tomake MIME types based transformations on the portal contents and so aneasy to way to plugin some new transformations for previouslyunsupported content types.
Features: License change, fixes for bugs reported by people testing beta1.
Jim Fulton has made some of the work he has been doing on ExtensionClasses to make them compatible with Python 2.3 available under a branch in both CMF and Zope.
A simple example Product that shows you how to put skins on the file system instead of inside the ZODB.
After a few weeks; one conference, one sprint, one bug day, several sleepless nights from the developers. Beta3 arrives. Minor problems exist. Great to develop on.
2 weeks after the conference has given me plenty of hindsight. I would not have done anything different. Except had more coffee.
The Austrian Ministry for Education recommends Plone for all High-End CMS Solutions at Schools or Universities.
This Friday is an official Bug Hunt Day for Plone 2.0. After this effort, we will release the last beta, and move on to RC's, with a planned release of Plone 2.0 final by the end of November.
Pilot Systems and Blue Dynamics are happy to introduce their new Zope and Plone hosting service available in English and French at the moment on objectis.org web site.
Come help get Plone 2.0 ready for release and squash some bugs on the 24th of October.
Comdex is one of the biggest technology conferences in the world. O'Reilly Network has graciously selected Plone as one of the 20 projects they would like to see at Comdex. Now you must help vote for Plone to get us selected as one of the six projects they will have on their stand.
With the support from Real Networks and the Helix commmunity the Plone Conference will be streamed live.
For those of you who want a preview of the conference schedule (or are just curious ;), the conference overview is available.