"Count what is countable. Measure what is measureable. What is not measureable, make measureable." -- Galileo

Monday, October 29, 2007

Plone Metrics Goes on Walkabout

Things will get a little patchy over the next two weeks--I'm off to Amman, Jordan to host a workshop for Middle Eastern NGOs, teaching them the ins and outs of Plone for non-profits. We'll see if Plone features for building community translate into a robust network of regional partners working on civil society initiatives. Please see http://wacsi.unm.edu

We'll have representatives from Egypt, Saudia Arabia, Syria, and, of course, Jordan. And as always, the infrastructure constraints will be a big part of things. For the moment I imagine UNM's Plone server will be able to handle the influx of new users and new instances. Eventually, if we're truly successful, we'll need to find a dedicated server for pro bono Plone services. Also, we'll have to upgrade to 3.0 quickly.

Stand tuna'd...

Meanwhile, watch http://www.packtpub.com/award to see who comes out on top for Tuesday's "Best Other Open Source CMS" category.

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