[Evangelism] Give a place in the plone site to project build upon Plone

Massimo Azzolini massimo.azzolini at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 04:53:10 UTC 2009

I completely agree, and also plonegov may be on that list.

On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 12:00 AM, Encolpe Degoute
<encolpe.degoute at free.fr>wrote:

> Hello,
> Since years we hear: "And what can you do with your Plone site?"
> Our first answer was to build the plone professional network on the
> plone.net site. This site is himself a success story.
> With times some projects were built upon Plone: PloneEdu, Plone4Artists,
> educomponents, educommons, getpaid, communeplone and maybe a lot more.
> All of them take a basic Plone installation and choose to specialize it
> for a given target. All of them implements components that are not easy
> to use separately of their project. Many of them are in an unknown
> status. Some of them are targeting the same public. Some projects are
> targeting only a country.
> Having a page to recense them on plone.org can show how active is the
> plone community when code repositories are always more dispatched.
> All of them need a better, clearer and centralized communication face of
> the official plone.org site. It would help them to reach their public,
> to build group of interest around them with developers, translators and
> users.
> For example for the edu target:
> - the ploneEdu project seems to be dead for years but the
>  ploneedu.org domain is always used... to redirect to others CMS.
> - educommons is growing and maintained translations are welcomed
> - educomponents seems to need fresh blood to give it a second youth
> Does anyone of these projects are Plone 3.3 compatible?
> Do they start to work to be compatible with Plone 4?
> The Plone Foundation doesn't have to manage them or to take the
> leadership in one of them. It can helps to promote them and to build
> group of interest around them.
> Regards,
> --
> Encolpe DEGOUTE
> http://encolpe.degoute.free.fr/
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