We have several ideas but made no decision yet: a free website for a NGO, for the municipality or a special focus as 'Intranets with Plone'.

Great idea!... i started to consider it seriously for our local edition. wpd2010 moves forward, great, great.

Another idea was to show the audience the way we develop and improve Plone with sprints and to have some kind of national or international sprint during the WPD over IRC while the sprinters sit in a neighboring room to the room where we held the talks. So we could show the audience how we work, how new users can join the community, how they can report a bug or make a feature request, we can give them a real open source experience. We could even make live transmissions from different locations via Skype to show the audience that Plone is used all over the world.

If i'm not wrong, last year Dylan Jay suggested something like that and i argued against this idea. After reading your mail and thinking about it again, i believe, i made a mistake.

World Plone Day is about promoting plone and as Jon Stahl told me once 'We're all figuring it out [how to do it] as we go.'(*) so, if you believe that could work out, you should *Just do it*.

Organizing a sprint requires extra work, for example contacting core developers or convincing the plone-tuneup-dream-team joining us, managing tasks, code and i believe all these tasks are out of my possibilities, i believe we could start moving forward defining a champion for it.

>> What do you think about this?

Yes, what do you think ? :D

Kind Regards


(*) the sentence is out of the original scope, anyway, I personally proved it works on other scopes as well :D

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