Press releases, press cuttings, videos in Italian are now gathered at RelationRoutes.
Plone Foundation finalizes the trademark transfer. The community, via the Plone Foundation, now "owns" the word Plone in nearly all areas of the world. This article outlines the Plone Foundation's role protecting collective interests. It also highlights the Plone Community's values, basis of the development of a thriving ecosystem where developers, SMEs and users work together for the benefit of all.
Students age 13 and up who have not yet begun university studies can win prizes (and a coveted Google t-shirt!) by helping improve Plone through Google's new "Highly Open Participation Contest."
The PloneGov team is proud to announce that their eGovernment open source initiative based on Plone has been awarded the “Good Practice label 2007”. PloneGov receives this prestigious label based on the recommendation from the 2007 European eGovernment Awards consortium.
Presentations, photos and evaluation results from the Ploneability Higher Ed event last week are now available online.
We have adjusted Plone's version naming policy slightly, to make it easier to understand and communicate what to expect from a certain release or upgrade.
Levels the playing field for all Plone companies, and benefits the Plone Foundation.
The Plone4Universities project was founded during the Plone Conference 2007 in Naples
Plone Conference 2007 will be streamed live. Find out how to join us virtually if you can't make it to Naples!
It is time for the Plone Foundation board elections for 2007!
To accompany the recently-released Plone 3, there's a new book on the market that teaches you best-practices for working with the latest Plone release.
Vincenzo Barone today released the Plone conference schedule for the upcoming Plone Conference in Naples 2007.
Key Solutions company announcing public launch of Zope3.ru
Your vote for the “Most innovative good practice” award is a unique opportunity to reach politicians and decision makers. Winning this award will highlight the maturity achieved by the Open Source collaborative model as a pragmatic way to tackle IT challenges in society. You may vote until Friday, September 7th.
The first ever Plone sprint in Boston took place July 18-22, 2007. The goal was to improve the multimedia capabilities of Plone and further develop the Plone4Artists suite of products. Over 20 participants sprinted for 5 days, made 6 new product releases and had a whole lot of fun in Beantown.
The culmination of over a year of hard work by the Plone Team, Plone 3.0 is available for download for all platforms today.
Release provides enterprises with increased security, better information sharing, powerful search capabilities and more control over content.
PloneGov has been selected amongst 53 finalists for the Third European e-Governement Awards. PloneGov's goal is to develop a set of generic tools matching the needs of local government and other public administrations. The initiative is open and aims to reach many more organizations. Each of you can vote for PloneGov in the "most innovative good practice" category and thus help, in concrete terms, this new e-Government open source initiative.
The Plone project will be present at this year's LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco, Aug 6th-9th. Drop by if you are curious about Plone, or visit the Plone Clinic™ to get help with any Plone-related issue. The doctors are in!
This coming weekend, we will wrap up and fix the last remaining bugs before the Plone 3.0 final release goes out. Join us and help fix, test, verify and translate!
The OpenID Foundation today announced that it had awarded three code bounties, $5000 each, to Plone, Drupal and dotnetnuke for implementing OpenID support in their respective products. The announcement was made today during the State of Lightning Talks at the O’Reilly Open Source Conference in Portland, OR.
A few days ago, Plone's download counter passed a million downloads.
The Plone Team today announced the Release Candidate build of the upcoming Plone 3.0 release for all platforms. Please take a few minutes and read this message to see how you can help make Plone 3.0 even better and make it easier for yourself to upgrade. And add-on product authors: now is the time to start updating your products and verifying that they work on Plone 3.0!
Help Plone win $5000!
PloneGov community and Zea Partners are proud to announce that the new Plone e-government initiative won the biggest French award for open source project Jun13 during a ceremony hold in the city of Paris Town Hall. This award, called "Grand prix du jury des Lutèce d'Or 2007", demonstrates the PloneGov work quality and encourages us to continue on this way.
Open source experts from the public sector, SME and Plone community participated in the first Plone e-government international workshop. After two days of intense work the group decided to merge into 1 common project 3 e-government initiatives: CommunesPlone (Belgium, France), PloneGov.ch (Switzerland) and UdalPlone (Basque Country, Spain). The new project, based on the open source Content Management System Plone, will be named PloneGov.org. It now reaches over 40 local governments and 2 regions in 5 countries.
SERPRO, the main IT solution provider for the Brazilian Government, is actively using Plone as its primary Portal construction tool for Government Web Content Management Solutions. SERPRO counts on an impressive list of reference and will soon launch its 50th governmental portal.
The major Dutch Zope and Plone service providers have founded the “Stichting Zope Plone Netherlands”.
All our standard supported platforms now have installers available for download.