Joel Burton's popular 'Best Practice's tutorial held at the Symposium.
October 10, 2002 - 1600 GMT in #plone we will startthe beta2 bug day. This was taken from mail to plone-dev.
On Friday night the 'Aktion Mensch' (german: action humans) and 'Stiftung Digitale Chancen' (german: donation digital chances) honor the Plone based site 'Ernährungs.info' (http://ernaehrungs.info) with a bronze BIENE-Award 2004 in the category culture and society.
Roché Compaan's case study on the Bika, a laboratory information management system from Plone Conference 2006. Part of the "Plone for Science" case study panel.
Most of Bling! presentation was a live demo of the prototype and Plone UI integration. Although the Bling! project's logo deserves Logo of the Year
The Plone Foundation is now accepting nominations for its Board of Directors.
Serpro is the most prominent IT solution provider for the Brazilian Government. Created in the 1960s, SERPRO is responsible for all IT services within the Ministry of Finance and key information systems for the federal government. SERPRO is now using Zope and Plone as their primary portal construction tool for Government Web Content Management Solutions.
The leading corporate-backed open source Document and Content Management software just got better! BrightStor Document Manager r11.2, with Plone at its core, is now opened for Beta.
Bug Day 3 was announced on short notice. We are going to clean out the collector, add some minor enhancements (possibly) and release a beta of Plone in the following days.
Geoff Davis talks about various caching strategies using reverse proxy servers. One focus is on correctly using E-Tags.
Stephanie Suttle's presentation from Plone Conference 2006.
Alex Clark presents "How I migrated 208,566 news stories from Bricolage to Plone."
University of North Carolina's success with the Plone Content Management System
Kurt Bendl and Brandon Gaddie present on how UofL deployed over 300 plone sites using MassDeploy(aka subplone).
Tres Seaver, architect of CMF describes what features and fixes will be involved in the CMF 2.0 line and how Zope 3 components will make life much easier than it is in the CMF 1.x series.