dracvl writes: "After a year of development, the Plone Foundation announced the release of Plone 3.0 today. Plone is Python's leading content management system, and this is a major milestone for open source content management systems. Recent converts to Plone include Novell, Akamai... and the CIA. Major new features in this release is pervasive versioning, automatic locking, links that never break and ajax-powered inline editing. The list of features is a good start if you're wondering what it can do."
TibbonZero writes: "Plone 3.0, the newest version of the content management system built on Zope has been released today. New features include Ajax support, OpenID support, a new portlet architecture, built in wiki support and lots more.
A detailed summary of what's new in the 3.0 release is available, and as usual all platforms have dedicated packages/installers that will get you up and running in 10 minutes. Enjoy!""
wichert writes: "The Plone Foundation today announced the launch of Plone 3.0, the new major release of its leading open source Content Management System. The newest release focuses on increasing productivity, automating processes and enabling a richer, more intuitive user experience for the enterprise."