Plone is an open-source content management system that allows content experts to publish web pages without using html or relying on a technical expert. The project has been actively developed since 2001, is available in more than 40 languages, and has the best security track record of any major CMS.
Plone conference 2010
Come along and hear talks from a variety of community members. There will be over fifty scheduled talks running across four parallel tracks on the first two days of the conference, with talks for those new to Plone, designers, integrators, and experienced Plone developers.
25-31 October 2010
Fine-tuning Plone for Cultural Organizations
Organizations including art museums have changed radically the way they use the web. Based on the online strategies of several art institutions, such as, Tate Online, we tweaked existing Plone features and developed new Plone products in order to fulfill specific needs of organizations.
Solving social network fatigue with Plone
Modern websites rather than being seen as isolated islands are understood as nodes in larger networks. It is increasingly important to keep an active interaction with networks. Several organizations are struggling with limited resources in order to keep up with multiple networks leading to what has been called as network fatigue. We have developed a new Plone product that uses the content types in order to automatically publish relevant content in a format that is understood by the respective networks.