CiviCRM sprints: Why is helping the community so much fun?

2013-02-26 21:33
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If you follow the CiviCRM blog, you've probably seen a few articles about how much fun the sprints are and what a great time everyone has. Maybe you've thought to yourself, "That's not for me. I'm not a PHP programmer or a database fanatic." Well, I'm here to say that you, yes you can come to the sprint - if you don't write code you can help write the user guide. The only prerequisites are enthusiasm about CiviCRM and a willingness to help out (and a laptop). The food is great, the people are fantastic, and you will have fun, I promise.

This spring we're having a big sprint after CiviCON San Francisco. We'll be staying at the beautiful Woolman campus in the Sierra Nevada foothills April 28th - May 5th. We'll spend our time helping to make CiviCRM the best it can be, eating delicious food, and exploring the Yuba river and historic Nevada City CA.

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Please contact me - coleman at civicrm dot org if you have any questions.

Hope to see you there!

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