The results for the 2010 Plone Help Channel Superstars awards
André Nogueira has been named the new champion for World Plone Day, an annual event promoting and exhibiting Plone around the world.
A chance to acknowledge those who go above and beyond in supporting people on our help channel--our help channel superstars!
The Plone Foundation Board has named Alan Hoey as the release manager for continuing releases in the Plone 3.x series.
At the first meeting of the newly elected Plone Foundation Board of Directors, the group selected its officers for the next year.
The Plone Foundation has announced the timeline and process for selecting the location for Plone Conference 2011.
Subversion/Trac maintenance has been scheduled for Saturday, October 16, 4:00PM - 12:00AM EDT
The Latest Highlights and News from the Plone Community.
A demonstration site has been set up to allow users to preview Plone 4.
Plone.org's "downloads" section has gotten a major facelift, and now includes community product ratings, comments on products, screenshots and many other improvements.
The first release candidate of Plone 4.0 is now available.
The Charlottesville, VA Plone Users Group will hold our inaugural meeting on July 29th at 4 - 5 PM in the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library at the UVA Health System in Charlottesville - Room 1326.
Please mark your calendars for the weekend of July 31, 2010 for a plone.org upgrade — and possible downtime.
The Plone Foundation is pleased to announce that the Plone 4.x Framework Team will, starting immediately, consider community proposals for substantive improvements to the Plone platform for the Plone 4.1 release.
The Plone Sauna Sprint 2010 is about to start. We still have some places left for Plonistas to join us for a crazy hacking week in Helsinki!
This year's DZUG conference will be held from 15th to 17th of September in Dresden. On the day before the conference there wiil be full-day tutorials. On the weekend after there will be sprints. Suggestions for talks, tutorials and sprints can be submitted.
The session proposals is open for the Plone Symposium South America 2010 — November 22–28, 2010 in Cordoba, Argentina.
A new San Francisco / Bay Area Plone Meetup kicks off this Thursday, June 3.
Finally we managed to define the next European Plone Symposium Program. Come and discuss about Plone in the wonderful Sorrento.
As the clock counts down to the release of a brand new Plone 4, events take center stage for the Plone community. World Plone Day just finished demoing Plone to the planet, Plone is represented at next week’s CMS Expo in Chicago, and regional Plone conferences are taking place on both sides of the Atlantic at the end of May — at Penn State University in the U.S, and Sorrento, Italy.
World Plone Day will showcase Plone to the world through more than 40 events being held around the globe on April 28th.
It's been busy month for the Plone community as events filled up the 2010 calendar, the Plone Foundation announces its newest members, and the final alpha release before Plone 4 moves to Beta testing.
After a lot of work and a gradual introduction last year, the PloneFoundation has published the official Plone Foundation policy forusage of the Plone logo.
The Plone Foundation is pleased to announce that Mike Halm and Jens Vagelpohl have been awarded membership in the Plone Foundation.
Get ready for World Plone Day in style!