[Zope-Annce] Early Bird Registration Almost Over For OSCOM Berkeley
Thu, 29 Aug 2002 16:35:40 +0200
Howdy all. As a reminder, the early bird registration is about to end
for OSCOM Berkeley 2002. This conference is Sep 25-27 in Berkeley,
California, and is focused on open source content management. To
Jim Fulton will be giving a workshop on content management in Zope. If
all goes well, this might be the first glimpse of content management in
Zope 3, and we're all curious to see what that looks like! Paul Everitt
will be giving a talk on Zope and the CMF. Alan Runyan will be showing
off Plone as an end-user system based on Zope.
If there is sufficient interest, we can also organize a dinner for the
Zopistas that attend the conference.
I highly encourage folks to go to the conference. It is an ideal
environment for seeing the developer-oriented trends in content
management, including a chance to evaluate other projects up-close.
OSCOM is an international not-for-profit dedicated to Open Source
Content Management, based in Zurich, Switzerland. The primary goal of
OSCOM is to build a network between the community of open source content
management developers. The primary activities for OSCOM focus on
organizing conferences and representing open source content management
in the media. OSCOM is run by developers, for developers, and has a
board consisting of open source leaders.