The Plone Symposium – Germany, Dresden 2020

by trabby published 2020/03/25 15:30:00 GMT+0, last modified 2020-04-03T15:52:56+00:00
The Plone Tagung 2020 was the meeting of the Plone community of German-speaking countries.

Each year, the Plone German-speaking Community organize a 3 days Symposium (Plone-Tagung 2020) and a two days sprint for German-speaking universities, NGO, companies as well as for users, service providers, and developers.

The symposium this year took place at the Technical University of Dresden (TUD) from 09-13. of March 2020. The Symposium has been supported by the Plone Foundation and sponsored by Werkbank (Gold Sponsor), Zopyx and FlyingCircus (Silber Sponsor) and Abstract-Technology (Bronze Sponsor).

Plone Tagung 2020

Symposium topics

The Plone Symposium in Dresden focused on the opening keynote from Anne-Marie Nebe on accessibility and why web accessibility is so important for user-centered software development. The Humanities and Social Sciences Department of the TU Dresden contributed with their expertise on the linguistic and visual implementation of a barrier-free web presence. And also the second-day keynote "Chaos und Diversity“ from Christian Theune illustrated the characteristics and dynamics of complex systems and talked about new approaches for a conscious use of diversity.

A complete overview of all topics of the Symposium is available, in German, at the Plone Tagung website.

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A big thank goes to the Technical University of Dresden (TUD) for hosting and the Plone-Team TUD
(@plone_tudresden) for the organization of the event and to the speakers and sponsors and to all participants, who made the event special.

And if you weren’t able to make it this year, we hope you’ll join the Plone Tagung next year! See you then.