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World Plone Day

by Andrew Burkhalter last modified Oct 27, 2008 11:37 AM
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Seattle's World Plone Day event

What
  • Meeting
  • Social Event
When Nov 07, 2008
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where ONE/Northwest
Contact Name
Contact Phone 206-393-2617
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Planning to attend?  Please RSVP!

 

AGENDA

Speakers

  • Jon Stahl, Plone Foundation Board President
  • Sam Knox, ONE/Northwest Support Manager

Talks

Plone: How it helps you build great websites

A brief overview of what Plone is all about -- led by Jon Stahl, Plone Foundation Board President

 

Plone for Content Editors: Learning and Teaching the Essentials

Plone is often touted as a great CMS for non-technical users because it is easy and attractive for content managers to add, update, and maintain content. While this is largely true, there are a number of essential skills that one must learn in order to become comfortable with all aspects of posting and editing content in Plone. Added to that, there are a number of 'best practices' to learn about writing for the web and using the Plone interface that can substantially increase the chances of a satisfactory experience with Plone. Sam Knox, Support Manager for the non-profit consulting organization ONE/Northwest, will present an end-user focused training with ideas and advice for both end-users and the consultants who work with them. If you are new to Plone, or are often engaged with those who are, this session is for you.

So that we have enough food & beverage, free swag from Google, and can tailor the talks appropriately, please RSVP.

 

LOGISTICS

World Plone Day
Friday, November 7th, 5:00 P.M. to 7:00ish P.M.

ONE/Northwest
1402 Third Ave, Suite 1000
Seattle WA

Directions at:
http://onenw.org/about/contact-us

 

RSVP at:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=ndrYO87_2fwkvwtUq6z1BH_2fg_3d_3d


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