Thursday, January 29, 2009 - 11:53
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Introduction to CiviCase

Claire Sauve from Physician Health Program will be joining me in presenting an introduction to our new CiviCase component. The session will be an online web conference with phone dial-in, so participants can discuss interests and questions. No pre-registration is required - but drop me an email if you're planning on attending - dave at civicrm dot org. When: Wednesday, February 4 at 11:00am PST Toll Free Dial-in (U.S. & Canada): 1-866-740-1260 International Dial-in: click here for listings Participant Access Code: 8467471 Web Conference URL:
Depending on participant interest, topics will include:
  • CiviCase background concepts
  • Physician Health Program implementation
  • User interface "tour"
  • Configuring CiviCase for your organization
  • Future plans (phase 2+)


User Meet-up and Developer Camp in April - Hold the Dates

We're planning a User Meet-up and a Developer Code-sprint in San Francisco in April, immediately following NTEN's annual conference. The User Meet-up will be a free event held on April 29th. We'll meet for either a half-day (morning) or full-day depending on interest and the number of sign-ups. If you're planning on attending the NTEN conference and / or can find your way to SF that day - this is a great opportunity to meet other CiviCRM users as well as members of the core team, share best practices, ask your tough questions and help chart the future of the project. We're also planning a 2-day Developer Camp in San Francisco on April 29th-30th. This session is targeted at integrators and developers who want to learn more about CiviCRM as a platform (including using hooks, APIs and custom classes). We'll also do a few code-sprints during the camp. There will be a $250 charge for the camp to cover expenses. If your organization can't cover this cost - ping us about options for bartering services. If your interested in either event - please send email to dave at civicrm dot org (including which event you'd like to attend). We'll post specifics on exact meeting location and times as we get closer and have a rough idea about how many folks are coming.


We had 33 participants in the Webinar (exceeding my expectations for sure). Exciting to see the interest level!

Looking forward to hearing how the experience was from some of the participants - so we can improve how we run these going forward.

Some links we shared:
CiviCase Configuration Guide
CiviCase Forum
CiviCase User Documentation for Physician Health Program users (in progress)

Dave - above has both User Meet up and Developer camp on 29th. Is that intentional? pete davis : fuzion : connect + campaign + communicate

we'll have potentially a few combined sessions and quite a few split sessions


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