Blog posts by ayduns

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April 2, 2020
By ayduns Filed under Community

We are pleased to announce the results of the recent CiviCRM Community Council Election 2020.

The Council comprises 11 seats. Normally each council member will serve for 2 years but since this is the first annual election, half will serve for 1 year.

The following are elected for 2 years:

Alice Aguilar Alison Barham Detlev Sieber Erik Hommel Rose Lannigan

The following are elected for 1 year:

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March 25, 2019
By ayduns Filed under Internationalization and Localization

Do you want to use Civi in multiple languages? This new feature adds more options to enable users to access CiviCRM in their language of choice.

This feature allows admins to configure a list of languages for users to select from and set the language of the CiviCRM interface for their own use.  This translates the CiviCRM interface but does not translate content.  For example, the menus are translated but content and option values (eg Mr/Mrs) are not translated.

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July 27, 2015
By ayduns Filed under CiviCon
So the good old British summer is looking a wash-out but you can still cheer yourself up by booking bargain tickets for the autumn excitement that is CiviCon London 2015.   Early bird discounts are available for just a few more days so book now and don't miss out.  
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June 23, 2015
By ayduns Filed under CiviCon

It’s June and the rare blasts of sunshine mean it’s summer for us Brits - and so the Wimbledon tennis-fest is nearly upon us.  If you don’t already have court tickets you can expect to pay a small fortune for them, or if all that Murray-mania is not your thing, then don’t despair!  We have something even better to offer you: centre-court tickets for the highlight of the UK Civi year - CiviCon London 2015.

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October 3, 2014
By ayduns Filed under Sprints

As we approach the end of the Edale sprint, there's a lot been happening this week.  We have had 30 people here for various parts of the week averaging 20 people each day with most people staying in a large old house and a few in a nearby cottage.

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