The long-awaited introductory-level book for Plone 3, "Practical Plone 3," has been released — order your copy today!
The long-awaited introductory-level book for Plone 3, "Practical Plone 3," is on its way to the printers and will be hitting bookstore shelves in January.
We'll upgrade plone.org over the holidays, be prepared that it can be down for certain periods between Dec 26-28.
David Glick, Calvin Hendryx-Parker, Martijn Pieters, Ross Patterson, Erik Rose, Laurence Rowe and Matthew Wilkes have been chosen for the Plone 4 Framework Team.
Not only code, softwares and computers! But we won't go far afield: let's make the Plone cookies! A little Christmas present for the Plone Community.
Please give us your feedback and help future conference planners.
Plone Conference 2009 will be held in Budapest, Hungary on October 28-30, 2009
Three visualizations, or "code swarms," of commits to Plone repositories show long term growth in the Plone community of contributors.
The Plone Framework team is now receiving applications and nominations for membership in the Plone 4 Framework Team.
Plone was named best non-PHP-based open-source CMS by Packt Publishing, winning a $2000 award for the Plone Foundation.
Packt Publishing recognized Martin's contributions in their inaugural list of Most Valued People from Open Source Content Management Systems.
There are only 5 days left to cast your vote for Plone in the Packt Publishing awards! Plone has been nominated for the "Best Overall Open Source CMS" and the "Best Other Open Source CMS" categories. Help Plone win $5,000 and vote today!
Tune in to watch the conference!
The Summer of Code wrap-up for Plone has been published on Google's open source blog.
See you in DC!
Each week leading up to the 2008 Plone Conference, a newsletter about post-conference sprint developments is published. Two issues of the newsletter are out now. The newsletters contain articles about how to get involved in sprint topics as well as information about getting to and around the sprint. In addition, the sign-ups for Plone Conference Lightning Talks and Birds of a Feather sessions have opened.
The moment we've all been waiting for is here... almost.
Make your plans now!
More than 30 members of the Plone Community in 22 countries on five continents are promoting Plone around the world on November 7th 2008. Learn how you can help!
File your application for Plone Foundation membership now if you'd like it considered in time for the Plone Conference.
The Plone Foundation has announced the process and schedule for selecting a venue for Plone Conference 2010. Bids will be due November 22, 2009. Read on for more details!
The Plone Foundation has announced the process and schedule for selecting a venue for Plone Conference 2009. The process is starting *much* earlier this year. Bids will be due October 24, 2008! Read on for more details.
Plone Conference 2008 will feature over 50 talks, tutorials and panels for Plone beginners, integrators, and developers. The full list of sessions is now available!
The first of a new series of developer events aimed at advancing Plone.
On September 17th a Dutch Plone User Day will be organised in Amsterdam.
Videos of the North American Plone Symposium 2008 sessions are now available on the Plone.tv website.