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Announcing the Plone Conference 2018 selection process
With Plone Conference 2017 drawing near, it is time to begin planning for our next conference in 2018
Submit your talks, take classes, and see the full keynote lineup: Plone Digital Experience Conference 2017 in Barcelona
We've been busy, but now we need your talk proposals! Also see the (free! included!) training classes being offered, and the complete keynote lineup.
Report from Midsummer Sprint 2017
Plone Midsummer Sprint was held at Jyväskylä, Finland, on 3rd–7th of July 2017. The main goal for the sprint was to polish content editors' user experience on the current Plone CMS release. The sprint was sponsored by the University of Jyväskylä. In addition, the sprint was accepted to receive strategic funding from Plone Foundation.
Report from Plone Open Garden 2017
This is a summary of the discussions at Plone Open Garden 2017 in Sorrento
This site aggregates Plone-related blogs from around the web.
The annual Plone conference is held in cities around the world and includes training classes, keynotes, presentations, demos, and sprints. Videos and slides are posted to the conference web site.
The Plone community adheres to extensive testing while developing software, and uses Continuous Integration. Here you can find the latest test runs, managed by Jenkins.
Plone on GitHub
Plone is fully open source, and is free software under the GPLv2. On GitHub.com, you can find the many repositories that make up the Plone project, ranging from the core software itself to the documentation sources.
There may be hotfixes applicable to your version of Plone. Always check the Plone Hotfix Page before production deployment.
A high-level introduction to Plone and its features, for those new to Plone.
Community-maintained manual for the Plone content management system.
The central place for discussions, questions and community communication.
The curriculum used for Plone training classes, including tutorials and walk-through examples; very useful as a self-guided learning resource.
The Plone community regularly meets for sprints, conferences, training classes and symposia.
Zope 4 Phoenix Sprint
Plone Conference 2017
There are many community activities that are not reflected in these numbers; after all, Plone thrives mostly because of the community talking. These numbers are aggregated from a variety of sources.
The Plone Foundation relies on sponsorships for all its work, including promoting Plone, supporting ongoing development, and providing release management. These forward-thinking organizations and individuals are Plone premium sponsors.