My last couple of posts just went live on CMSWire about a couple of talks given regarding the overall state of Plone.
The first entry describes Paul Everitt's discussion of what's been going on with the Plone Foundation over the last year. Highlights include:
- The Foundation completely (more or less) owns the worldwide trademarks for "Plone"
- Plone.net has launched - a site with the mission of presenting marketing/business information about Plone to decision makers. This is important so business folks don't have to wade through all sorts of boring technical stuff on plone.org
- Some new marketing, community and protection efforts will soon start and will be paid for by Foundation sponsorships. One benefit of sponsorship will be prominent display on plone.net.
The second entry covers the Plone Conference Keynote delivered by Plone founders Alex Limi and Alan Runyan. A special thank you to the two of them for specifically calling out our work with Discover Magazine, and especially thank you to Alan for calling it "an unbelievably gorgeous site."