Plone Conference 2009
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Plone Confererence Sprint
Greenfinity is proud to present the Plone Conference 2009 in Budapest, Hungary.
|October 26-27, 2009||Pre-conference training
|October 28-29-30, 2009
|October 31 - November 1, 2009
The 7th Plone Conference had an Early Bird registration fee of 150 EUR, and a normal price of 200 EUR. It is possible to register at the venue for 55,000 HUF. No Euro or credit cards can be accepted, however an ATM is available at the venue.
In addition, to make the conference more accessible for participants that need financial support to aid their trip, the Open Society Institute offered Participation Grants, total value of which was 40,000 USD, to cover parts of the expenses of conference attendants allowing about fifty people to attend who otherwise would not have been able to.
We're here to help!
If you need anything at any time during your stay in Budapest, please don't hesitate to find Spanky™ who is your go-to person for questions, comments, or assistance. Feel free to call or text him at any time: +36 70 292 8383
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Alexander Limi - The Future of Plone
Where is Plone going over the next years? What are our current strengths, and what are the new opportunities we have with the upcoming releases of Plone 4 later this year — and Plone 5 next year? Alexander Limi takes a look at where we've been, where Plone is heading to next — and how you can play an important part in the next-generation Plone.
Georg Greve -
Rising to the challenge of our own success
Mr Greve has been analyzing and addressing structural challenges to the Free Software ecosystem for over a decade on the grounds of economy, politics, competition law and organizational structures in and around our ecosystem. In his talk Mr Greve will talk about ways in which Free Software can rise to the challenge created by its own success.
Plone Community Party
We invite all conference participants on October the 29th, from 20:00 onwards, to the Közlekedési Múzeum (Museum of Transportation) where we will have dinner, standing buffet style and a pay bar.
The buffet and bar will be available from 20:00 and continue throughout the night.
We are excited to announce that songwriter and musician David Yengibarian, an Armenian musician who has lived in Budapest since 1995, will be performing a concert at the dinner.
David Yengibarian is a renowned musician who has composed for and performed in numerous festivals, theaters and films. David Yengibarian will be accompanied by Ádám Pettik the Hungarian percussionist of the band Besho O Drom.
Additional tickets (for non conference members) are available for 5000 HUF.
See you in Budapest!
-- The Conference Organizers