El proyecto fue iniciado en 2000 por Alan Runyan y Alex Limi.
Collaboration The logo has three dots in a group, representing collaboration. Pluggable, extensible, amplifies your voice The Plone logo looks like a plug, signifying that it works well with other systems, that they can be integrated and talk to Plone, and that Plone can be extended easily. The fact that it looks like an XLR plug — a common connector for microphones — has also been noted. Open The Plone logo is the Braille (a system used by blind people to read and write) letter &quot;O&quot; for Open. Plone has a special focus on accessibility for the blind and motor impaired, as well as translations for all major languages (over 35 different translations exist as of 2006) — aiming to make Plone accessible to people of all languages, and regardless of motor or sight impairment.
En resumen, Plone es 3 cosas: software, comunidad y fundación.
En febrero de 2003, inmediatamente después del lanzamiento de Plone 1.0, se celebró el primer sprint sprint a, Suiza.
La primera conferencia se celebró en octubre de 2003 en Nueva Orleans, Estados Unidos.
Creada en mayo de 2004 con el objetivo de proteger la propiedad intelectual de Plone y promover su uso. The mission of the Plone Foundation is to protect and promote Plone. The Foundation provides marketing assistance, awareness, and evangelism assistance to the Plone community. The Foundation also assists with development funding and coordination of funding for large feature implementations. In this way, our role is similar to the role of the Apache Software Foundation and its relationship with the Apache Project. En julio de 2005 se anunció que la Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) representaría a la Plone Foundation.
The Plone Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was formed in May 2004 to serve as a supporting organization for Plone and its community. We provide support for the development and marketing, and are modeled after similar ventures such as the Apache Software Foundation. We are the legal owner of the Plone codebase, trademarks, and domain names. Our goal is to ensure that Plone remains the premier open source content management system and that we broaden its acceptance and visibility.
Brazilian Government Consolidates Zope/Plone platform by plone.org Administrator — last modified Mar 24, 2004 06:31 PM Serpro is the most prominent IT solution provider for the Brazilian Government. Created in the 1960s, SERPRO is responsible for all IT services within the Ministry of Finance and key information systems for the federal government. SERPRO is now using Zope and Plone as their primary portal construction tool for Government Web Content Management Solutions. www.serpro.gov.br www.idbrasil.gov.br www.portalgoverno.gov.br www.softwarelivre.gov.br
a copying or coloring process using a diazo compound decomposed by ultraviolet light Diazo allows you to apply a theme contained in a static HTML web page to a dynamic website created using any server-side technology. With Diazo, you can take an HTML wireframe created by a web designer and turn it into a theme for your favourite CMS, redesign the user interface of a legacy web application without even having access to the original source code, or build a unified user experience across multiple disparate systems, all in a matter of hours, not weeks. When using Diazo, you will work with syntax and concepts familiar from working with HTML and CSS. And by allowing you seamlessly integrate XSLT into your rule files, Diazo makes common cases simple and complex requirements possible.
Dexterity is a content type framework for CMF applications, with particular emphasis on Plone. It can be viewed as an alternative to Archetypes that is more light-weight and modular. Reuse over reinvention Small over big Natural interaction over excessive generality Real code over generated code Zope 3 over Zope 2 Zope concepts over new paradigms Automated testing over wishful thinking
Chameleon is an HTML/XML template engine for Python. It’s designed to generate the document output of a web application, typically HTML markup or XML. The language used is page templates, originally a Zope invention , but available here as a standalone library that you can use in any script or application running Python 2.5 and up (including 3.x and pypy). It comes with a set of new features, too. The template engine compiles templates into Python byte-code and is optimized for speed. For a complex template language, the performance is very good.
The improvements fall into two broad categories: Improving the data stored in indexes and optimizing the internal search algorithms. On the storage side we have added two new specialized index types: a UUID index and a boolean index. We use them per default in Plone and update your existing indexes during the upgrade. We've also updated almost all existing indexes to store data more efficiently, just store less data or reduce the conflict error potential for concurrent write operations. On the search side the biggest change is the introduction of a queryplan. All catalog searches are now instrumented to collect runtime information. Based on this data subsequent catalog searches will be executed in an optimized way. The process is fully transparent and needs no configuration. You can inspect the plan and reports about slow catalog queries in the ZMI screens of the catalog tool.
Plone: pasado, presente y futuro
Pasado, presente y futuro Héctor Velarde Plone México VIII Conferência Latino-Americana de Software Livre 20 de outubro de 2011 - Foz do Iguaçu | PR | Brasil
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