30 Jun 2022

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PLONE.ORG: Plone Conference 2022 - Tickets for Sale

Plone Conference 2022 takes place in Namur, Belgium on October 10-16, 2022.

We have now opened ticket sales, with early bird prices!

The topics at the conference range from Plone, Zope, Volto, and Guillotina to Python and Pyramid or from fancy JavaScript to cool case studies and beyond. Project management, process improvement, open-source, design, and community aspects are valued talk topics.

Get ready for the new Plone 6: the features, stability, scalability, and best-in-class security of an enterprise CMS, combined with a modern, easy-to-use, and powerful front end based on state-of-the-art web technologies.

Plone community is the most friendly open source community there is and always welcomes new people warmly.

Conference tickets include

  • Access to two days of training sessions
  • Access to three days conference
  • 40+ presentations
  • Interact with speakers, sponsors, and attendees
  • Join the community sprints

Get your tickets!

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If you have any questions, please contact conf@plone.org, we are happy to help you!

Namur

30 Jun 2022 8:45pm GMT

17 Jun 2022

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PLONE.ORG: Buschenschanksprint 2022 Report

This was the Buschenschanksprint 2022

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After two years of working from home, sprinting remotely, and meeting via video conferences the Buschenschanksprint was for many the first occasion to see each other in person.

And meeting in person was amazing. We had many discussions, demos, and stand-ups which seemed just more effective than what we had over video conferences. Not that video conferences are ineffective, but it was high time to meet in person again.

The beautiful landscape of the "Südsteirische Weinstraße", the Buschenschankjause, and a glass of wine or two in the evening was also a fine thing to have.

We were at most 18 people directly at the sprint and two remote sprinters. The weather was fine, we could work outside and inside, on the terrace or in the arbor, depending on preference.

The space was big enough and the internet connection absolutely sufficient. We had some people in tents, 8 people in the "Ferienhaus List" and the rest at the Apartment "Sonnenberg".

For dinner, we went to nearby Buschenschenken, to a Restaurant, and did some BBQ ourselves.

This year Buschenschanksprint was a strategic sprint for the second time. We had a lot of plans for progressing Plone and related projects, and we did achieve a lot.

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Progress during the sprint

Here is but a short list of headlines of sprint achievements.

To read the progress in full detail, check the community forum post: https://community.plone.org/t/this-was-the-buschenschanksprint-2022/15347

  • Barceloneta LTS improvements
  • Webpack Module Federation
  • Documentation and Training
  • Migrate to Volto
  • Work was done on an automatic migration path from Classic UI to Volto.
  • Relations in Volto
  • Mosaic
  • Datagridfield
  • Images
  • Mxdev/Mxmake
  • YAFOWIL
  • plone.api
  • Control Panel User Group Membership in Volto
  • Various other topics
  • Future of Classic Plone discussion

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Participants of the Buschenschanksprint

  • Johannes Raggam (Organiser)
  • Alessandro Pisa
  • Manuel Reinhardt
  • Robert Niederreiter
  • Jens Klein
  • Maik Derstappen
  • Philipp Auersperg
  • Guido Stevens
  • Peter Mathis
  • Christine Baumgartner
  • Peter Holzer
  • Markus Hilbert
  • Alexander Pilz
  • Maurits van Rees
  • Philip Bauer
  • Georg Bernhard
  • Leo Auersperg
  • Katja Süss
  • Steve Piercy (Remote)
  • Fred van Dijk (Remote)

That was the Buschenschanksprint. We're already looking forward to the next one!

17 Jun 2022 1:27pm GMT

15 Jun 2022

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PLONE.ORG: Plone Conference 2022 - Call for Papers Open!

Plone Conference 2022 takes place in Namur, Belgium on October 10-16, 2022. We have now opened call for papers, looking for all kinds of different talks related to Plone.

The topics can range from Plone, Zope, Volto, and Guillotina to Python and Pyramid or from fancy JavaScript to cool case studies and beyond. Project management, process improvement, open-source, design, and community aspects are valued talk topics. Plone 6 cases are of much interest this year.

There are many kinds of talk slots, from 5 min lightning talks to 30 and 45 minutes long, and you can target your talk to different audiences.

If you have any questions, please contact conf@plone.org. No matter if you are an experienced speaker or a beginner, we are happy to help you!

Submit your talk!

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15 Jun 2022 6:00pm GMT