News, announcements, and things you should know about that aren't quite right for a blog post or Plone News.
This category with its subcategories covers topics for users of Plone: content-editors, site and server-administrators, integrators and software-developers.
The Documentation team oversees the Plone Documentation, which can be found at <a href="http://docs.plone.org">http://docs.plone.org</a> with the sources at <a href="https://github.com/plone/documentation">https://github.com/plone/documentation</a>
For available <strong>Plone jobs offers</strong>, <strong>projects</strong>, <strong>bug bounties</strong> and Plone people who are <strong>available for hire</strong>.
This category is about developing for the <strong>Plone core itself</strong>. It does not cover developing Plone add-ons or customizing Plone (see <em>Using Plone</em>).
This category if for local or regional (user-) groups discussing and promoting Plone in their area.
PloneEdu is a community of people and educational institutions that collaborate on their use of Plone, including:
Across the world several million regions, cities and local governments are faced with the same situations and challenges in terms of e-government. So why not unite their efforts?
Cultivating the internal Plone community by generating informational articles, case studies, and news updates to share with the Plone Teams, developers, integrators, and designers.
Discussion about this forum, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.
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