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An introduction to Plone, Enteprise Open Source Web CMS. …

An introduction to Plone, Enteprise Open Source Web CMS.

The presentation is available in .pages original format for the Plone Marketing team on Coactivate.

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  • 1. Plone is a registered trademark of the Plone Foundation
  • 2. Enterprise Open source Web CMS
  • 3. Web CMS • Creation and modification of contents (authoring) • Management of the lifecycle of contents • Archiving, access management, metadata, indexing, search • Publication, localization, aggregation, navigation.
  • 4. Open Source Distributed under the GPL License, the same as Linux.
  • 5. Enterprise class Structure Features Ecosystem
  • 6. This is Plone
  • 7. This is Plone
  • 8. This is Plone
  • 9. This is Plone
  • 10. Written in Python
  • 11. Built on Zope
  • 12. Little bits of history • Initiated in 1999 by Alexander Limi,Alan Runyan andVidar Andersen. • First release in 2001, Plone 1.0 out in 2002 • Plone 2 release in 2005 • Plone 3 released in 2007
  • 13. Positioning
  • 14. Web Publishing • Portlet management • Collections (Topic, Smart Folders) • Audio andVideo • Views • Workflow • Custom visual design
  • 15. Visual Design Flexibility
  • 16. Collaboration • Sharing/Locking/etc. • Forums, Blogs,Wiki and other “commodities” • Workspaces • (Open Plans)
  • 17. Enterprise • Authentication • Reliability • Scalability • Integration • Import/Export • ...
  • 18. Deployment Internet Webserver Cache Sys Load Balancer s3 s2
  • 19. Why is different? • Written in Python • No relational DB • Really opensource • Whole ecosystem • Focus on UI • In-place (and placeful)
  • 20. Strengths & Weaknesses • Easy to use • Security • Reliability • Sw architecture • Python • Power & Flexibility • Marketing • Lack of developers • Depending on Zope • Learning curve for developers • Limited JS/Ajax goodies
  • 21. (and more) • Roles, workflow and content rules • Document Management (versioning) • Search (default / Solr / GSA) • Forms (PloneFormGen) • Simple Tracking System (trouble ticket)
  • 22. Plone for public sites
  • 23. Overview • Strenghts • Weaknesses • Competition • Why Plone?
  • 24. Plone for intranets
  • 25. Overview • Strenghts • Weaknesses • Competition • Why Plone?
  • 26. Enterprise 2.0 Enterprise 2.0 is the strategic integration of Web 2.0 technologies into an enterprise's intranet, extranet and business processes.
  • 27. Case histories
  • 28. Some big names
  • 29. Oxfam
  • 30. eBay
  • 31. CNN
  • 32. UN
  • 33. Intranet Case Histories ➡Lufthansa (vendor extranet) ➡Epson US ➡Belron - Carglass ➡Tagetik ➡Honda It ➡Medicis Sans Frontieres ➡...
  • 34. Plone.net • Official site managed by the Plone Foundation • Listed the 24 September 09: • 323 Service Providers • 47 Case Studies • 43 Media Coverage • 1842 Featured Sites
  • 35. The Plone community
  • 36. Community members • 200 developers • 70 evangelists • 300 companies • countless users worldwide :)
  • 37. Community events • Plone Conference • Plone Symposiums • World Plone Day • Sprints • Training Sessions
  • 38. Development process • Time-based releases • Long-run maintained release • Paid Release Manager • PLIPS • Framework team
  • 39. Plone Foundation • Non-profit made of active Plone people • Formed in May 2004 • Born to protect and promote Plone • Manages the IP of the codebase, the trademarks and the domains • Manages Plone.net • and more...
  • 40. Future of Plone: roadmap
  • 41. Plone 4 • TinyMCE editor • Blobs • New default roles • Improved comments • More workflow features • New default theme Expected end 2009
  • 42. Plone 5 • New content types engine: Dexterity • New theming: Deliverance • More performance • Improved search engine • Tiles and a whole new approach to page building Expected end 2010
  • 43. To learn more: plone.org

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