Meet your new Plone Foundation board of directors for 2008-2009
With seven Advisory Members from different regions, the Plone community extends its global reach.
The Plone Foundation board approved a new policy in May 2009 that allows for the relicensing of selected framework components under the modified BSD license. More than 90% of the voting Plone Foundation membership supported this policy, which will make it easier for allied projects in the Zope and Python communities to re-use some of Plone’s internal framework components.
Mark Corum, who works at University of Virginia, has been appointed to the Plone Foundation's advisory board.
The Plone Foundation is now accepting requests to sponsor Plone community members to market Plone at major conferences/events.
The 2007-2008 Plone Foundation board has been elected!
The Plone Foundation board elections will be held during the upcoming Plone Conference. We are now accepting nominations for candidates.
We're excited to have the opportunity to serve the Plone community; here are some of our thoughts about where we stand, and what lies ahead in the coming year.
The Plone Foundation hereby announce the results of the votes on the conservancy proposal.
The Plone community needs you to help lead Plone into the future! Plone Foundation members will elect their next board of directors during Plone Conference 2009. Nominations for seats on the board are open until Monday, October 26th.