Plone Conference in Bristol Offers a Week of Open Source CMS
If you're a fan of open source CMS, be sure to check out the upcoming Plone (news, site) conference in Bristol, UK. 

Brought to you by Netsight Internet Solutions, the Plone conference will provide a week of learning for developers, designers, end users and business people. 

The whole thing kicks off on Monday and Tuesday with a Plone Training course, where participants can get up-to-date training directly from some of the most knowledgable people in the Plone Community.

The main act runs Wednesday through Friday. Scheduled talks include:

  • Easier and faster Plone theming with Deliverance
  • Design and Development with Dexterity
  • Enterprise Search in Plone with Solr
  • Boosting productivity with "Plone-driven Plone development"
  • Building a digital nation with Plone

And, as an added bonus, this year a one-day mini-conference called "Plone in Business" will take place on the 26th, targeting analysts, advisors, evaluators and information professionals. 

As for the main event, co-founders Alan Runyan and Alex Limi will deliver the keynote at 9:00 on the 27th. There will also be a guest keynote by Richard Noble, OBE, project director of the Bloodhound SSC project attempting be build a car to pass the 1,000mph land speed mark.

"The conference falls at a great time with the recent release of Plone 4, a product that raises the bar in the Content Management System market with a faster, more user-friendly and more refined version of the product," said team Plone. 

Interested? Check out more details here