Plone is an extremely popular high-end open source content management system. This year’s Plone Conference is currently underway in Naples, Italy. CMSWire.com is providing ongoing coverage of the event on its blog.
It is really important to have live coverage (or even coverage at all) of conferences like this. I’ve attended several conferences in the past, and it’s a shame that much of what was talked about or announced at those conferences has never reached anyone outside the conference audience.
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… and more live blogging at planet.plone.org. Or directly on both http://vanrees.org/weblog (Reinout) and http://maurits.vanrees.org/ (Maurits) :-)
Thanks for this reminder, Sidnei. We should do something for the upcoming Ploneability Higher Ed too:
I should’ve asked: Does anyone know how they’re doing this in Naples? What technologies are they using?
I believe Christian Scholz is doing it. He also gave a presentation on streaming the conference: http://dev.comlounge.net/conference/lessons-learned-from-conference-streaming/
Oops. I should’ve looked at CMSWire before I commented. For some reason (probably my background) I had a live video feed in mind, but it looks as if Scott Paley is posting plain ol’ text updates.
But of course Sidnei figured out what I meant and gave me a link anyway. Thank you. :-)