Plone 3.0 released!

Alexander Limi limi at
Tue Aug 21 14:21:07 CEST 2007

Plone is Python's leading Content Management System, and we are proud to  
announce the availability of version 3.0, the result of over a year of  
work by the Plone Team.

This release is the most user-friendly, powerful and highly anticipated
release of Plone ever, and has an amazing amount of new functionality.

PS: Help us spread the word!
Even if you don't use Plone, help us show the world that there are CMSes  
out there that are not PHP-based! Login/register and vote for the Plone  
3.0 release story:

Some highlights of Plone 3.0
- Full versioning support, history and reverting to older revisions

- Improved performance

- Inline (Ajax) editing

- Link and reference integrity checking

- Automatic locking and unlocking

- Improved handling of permissions and sharing

- Upgraded visual (WYSIWYG) content editor

- Full-text indexing of Word and PDF documents

- Wiki support and multiple new mark-up formats

- Rules engine for content

- Strengthened security

For the full overview, see the Plone 3.0 feature list:

Get Plone
Download Plone 3.0 for all platforms here:

Upgrading from a previous version of Plone? Detailed instructions can be
found in the Upgrade Manual:

Web site updates
Both the "Documentation section":/documentation and the "Add-on products
section":/products have been updated in time for the Plone 3.0 release —
it's now easier to find the documentation you need, as well as finding
products that support the new 3.0 release.

Another great thing about Plone 3.0 is that there is an up-to-date book
written by Martin Aspeli especially for this release. You can pre-order
the book now:

Alexander Limi ·

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