45 Pearl Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

World Plone Day is a free event open to anyone interested in the benefits of a Web-based Content Management System (CMS). Coming off the heels of the annual International Plone Conference in Washington D.C., The Boston Plone User Group will host seminars, talks, and demos of Plone in action. Speakers include Plone contributors and developers Nate Aune, Sally Kleinfeldt, and Aaron VanDerlip of Jazkarta, Michael Trachtman of Vercadia Systems, Sid Koul of New England Wildflower Society, and Tatsu Ikeda of The Tatsu Co. It will be held at The Lewis Room - Cambridge Public Library, Central Sq. Branch, 45 Pearl Street, Cambridge MA 02139 (617) 349-4010. Following the presentations, we invite the community to our apr├Ęs-evening social at Betahouse, two blocks away at 13 Magazine St. #2 Cambridge MA 02139.
Whether you or your business, non-profit, school, university, government agency, or NGO uses an internet or intranet CMS today or not, Plone offers unparalleled ease-of-use and high-level sophistication at the same time for a multitude of applications. We invite members of the media to cover this free educational and community-oriented event. Non-technical people and techies alike are welcome!

Agenda: Boston World Plone Day Speakers will include

Nate Aune, Plone and Salesforce for Nonprofits and Small Businesses

Michael Trachtman, Case Study: Grantmaking with Plone - Business Process, Workflow, Security and Context Sensitive Help Systems

Tatsu Ikeda, Making Great Websites with Plone

Sid Koul, Case Study: Garden in the Woods

Sally Kleinfeldt, Scientific Collaboration with Plone - Sharing Bibliographies, Papers, and Discussions

Aaron VanDerlip, Making Maps and Managing Images with Plone
At 5pm we will raffle off a number of prizes and then at 6pm we invite attendees to adjourn to Betahouse for refreshments.

About Plone: Plone.org is the leading Open Source Content Management System (CMS) freely available on the web today, as awarded by many online and print media outlets. Since 2001 and worldwide, Plone enables normal end users with no technical expertise to create and manage dynamic web sites. Corporations and Non-Profit entities using Plone and related technologies include Boston.com, Akamai Technologies, N.A.S.A., Oxfam America, Novell Inc., Discover Magazine, Penn State University, Duke, Cornell and many others. Find out more at http://www.plone.org

Contact: Nate Aune
+1 (888) 756-6348
Boston Plone User Group

Official Website: http://bostonworldploneday.eventbrite.com

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