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  • PloneNG:Whats new in Plone 4.2, 4.3, and beyond
  • PLIP Process
  • ApprovalProposal Implementation Integration Review
  • PLIP Criteria
  • Feature balanceWe <3 content managers AND developers
  • Useful to 80%Should it be an add-on instead?
  • Maturity outside the core
  • Code quality Clean, tested, documented.Not over or under architected.
  • Migration path
  • Changes for end users
  • Improved Search Results Plone 4.2 Denys Mishunov
  • Make byline use the publication date Plone 4.3 Vitaliy Podoba
  • Plain text searches ignore accents Plone 4.3 Thomas Desvenain & Manabu Terada
  • Plone is cool! Changes for site admins
  • New collections Plone 4.2 Cathedral sprint et al
  • Adding a collection index <records interface="" prefix=""> <value key="title" i18n:translate="">Review state</value> <value key="description" i18n:translate="">An items workflow state (e.g.published)</value> <value key="enabled">True</value> <value key="sortable">True</value> <value key="operations"> <element></element> </value> <value key="vocabulary"></value> <value key="group" i18n:translate="">Metadata</value> </records>
  • In-Plone theme editor Plone 4.2 & 4.3Martin Aspeli, Alice Tseng-Planas, et al
  • Dexterity Plone 4.3Martin Aspeli, David Glick, et al
  • Changes to Dexterity installation● Dont need special KGS: extends=● Might need extras: eggs =[grok,relations]
  • Improved Syndication Plone 4.3 Nathan van Gheem
  • Add "test mail server"button to mail settings Plone 4.2 Alex Clark
  • Changes for developers
  • Switch to HTML5 Plone 4.2 Denys Mishunov
  • Resource bundles forResource Registries Plone 4.2 Martin Aspeli & CMSUI sprint
  • Add z3c.form support to Plone 4.3 Yiorgis Gozadinos
  • API for passwordvalidation policy Plone 4.3 Dylan Jay
  • Provide subsectionCSS classes on <body> Plone 4.3 Nathan van Gheem
  • Infrastructure
  • Officially support Python 2.7 Plone 4.2 Hanno Schlichting et al
  • Declare dependency on Pillow Plone 4.3
  • Upgrade to jQuery 1.7 Plone 4.3 Rok Garbas
  • Fewer dependencies Plone 4.3 Pre-PSE Strategic Sprintacular
  • Upgrade to TinyMCE 3.4.9 Domen Kozar, Tom Gross, et al ̆
  • DateTime 3.0
  • Cleanup
  • Unified batchimplementation Plone 4.3 Tom Gross
  • Bye bye kupu Plone 4.3 Rok Garbas
  • Bye bye KSS Plone 4.3Nathan van Gheem, Craig Haynal, Eric Steele, Joel Kleier, David Glick, et al
  • plone_deprecated skin is no longer enabled Plone 4.3
  • Under consideration for 4.4●●●●●● configurable CSS class for portlets● ...
  • A few PLIPs Id like to see● change the logo in site settings● configure things without going to ZMI ○ portal_actions ○ Resource Registries ○ portal_skins● standardize how things are done in Plone ○ skin layer items -> browser views ○ formlib -> z3c.form ○ portal_properties ->
  • Get involved
  • Help review PLIPs
  • Champion a PLIP
  • Contact
  • Questions?