Plone Conference 2009(!) Proposal Process Coming Soon!

by jonstahl — last modified Jul 16, 2008 07:36 AM
If you've ever dreamed of hosting Plone Conference 2009, this is your "heads up" to start thinking about your proposal. We'll be announcing the call for proposals in about two weeks, and they will be due in late-October, shortly after Plone Conference 2008 wraps up.

Report from the New Orleans Plone Symposium 2008

by Alex Limi — last modified Jul 02, 2008 10:28 AM
It's been a while in the making — but here's my conference report from the New Orleans Plone Symposium 2008. Hopefully it will convey some of the excitement and energy that was present at the event — it was really quite remarkable.

Non-profit organizations favor open source CMS

by nicolasbossut — last modified Jun 16, 2008 11:47 AM
NTEN, the Nonprofit Technology Network, has just published the 2008 Content Management Systems Satisfaction Survey. It appears that non-profit organizations prefer open source solutions than proprietary one. These solutions maximize their resources allocation and give them the best of contemporary technologies. In complement to the survey findings, Zea Partners, a non-profit network of Open Source businesses, provides a number of cases studies analyzing large CMS deployments by non-profits worldwide.

PloneGov : Newport News wins the 2008 Havlick award

by nicolasbossut — last modified May 28, 2008 08:58 PM
Newport News, a 180,000 inhabitants city of Virginia (USA), is the leader of the Open e-Gov open source project, one of PloneGov subcommunities. Following Paris, Lisbon, Brussels and Dublin, this new award becomes the 5th nomination in less than a year for the PloneGov initiative and collaborating Public Organizations.

Plone 3.1.1 released!

by Alex Limi — last modified May 14, 2008 11:04 AM
The latest release in the 3.x series is ready. This release adds more portlet types, browserlayer integration, and fixes OpenID and RSS bugs. It also introduces protection against CSRF vulnerabilities in the core.

Announcing "PloneBuzz", news for lazybones

by daftdog — last modified Apr 10, 2008 01:19 PM
"PloneBuzz" is aiming to be an aggregator of all things Plone. It will try to keep you up to date with all the latest and most important things going on in Plone-related blogs, mailing lists, the chatroom and at sprints.

PloneBuzz #1 - Sorrento Sprint 2008 Special

by daftdog — last modified Sep 08, 2008 02:57 PM
First edition of PloneBuzz, with a round-up of the Sorrento Sprint 2008 in Italy!Subjects covered are KSS Selenium tests, alternatives to ZCatalog, the Singing and Dancing Newsletter Product, new Contentratings, Microformats, Local Configurations, Devilstick and PloneGov.

Science and Doc Sprint Wrap-up

by siebo — last modified Mar 06, 2008 09:05 PM
On February 2-5 2008 sprinters gathered in Davis, California to improve Plone's ability to support scientific collaboration. We made some excellent progress and had a great time in the process.