>>> Another point is maybe about conferences. There are many Open Source
>>> conferences around the world and mostly those are held without Plone (or
>>> even Python) participation. I don't know how the Drupal or PHP guys do
>>> that in general (of course they are more, that might be an advantage)
>>> but they seem to be everywhere. From my experience it's not always top
>>> talks but I think being present is the most important part. It also
>>> seems they also quite often have some sort of subconference there or
>>> some separate track.
>>> Not sure how we can make this better but maybe somebody has ideas :-)
>>
>> Has anyone other important conferences where Plone should be? We could
>> take note and have a list managed in our Openplans wiki.
>
> I started a wiki page with a list of conferences we should be attending, and
> I think there's a Google Calendar as well.

Here is the Google Calendar:
http://www.google.com/calendar/hosted/jazkarta.com/embed?src=plone.org_2k0sm4v9jh926hkajuh96o6mi0%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/New_York

If you would like access to add events to this calendar, let me know
and I can share it with you.

Here is the wiki page which has a list of some events, feel free to
add more events to this list.
http://www.openplans.org/projects/plone-marketing/conferences-and-events

Nate

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