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Plone Intranet Development Sprint update (July 2014)

by Matt Sital-Singh on Jul 14, 2014
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After another successful development sprint, we are pleased to announce the release of ploneintranet.workspace 1.0!

We covered some of the background to this development in our previous blog post, but this sprint was focussed on finishing, tidying, documenting and getting an initial release out!

ploneintranet.workspace

A core building block of the Plone Intranet solution, ploneintranet.workspace aims to provide a flexible team/community workspace solution, allowing teams of users to communicate and collaborate effectively within their own area of an intranet. Plone's extensive permissions are distilled into a set of distinct policies that control who can access a workspace, who can join a workspace, and what users can do once they are part of a workspace.

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