- Allow participants to see other participants (e.g. view participant list for an event from a static url)
- Duplicate registration detection (check against email, if duplicate give status and abort).
- One-step offline Event Registration (e.g. option to create associated contribution record and send receipt/confirmation).
- Pay-by-check / pay-later option for Events (using "Pending" status)
- Streamlined event registration for free events (skip confirmation step)
I have read that in previous versions of CiviCRM that the custom fields are limited to around 30. What will be the limit in the new schema. Have you looked at tools like facile forms (http://www.facileforms.biz/)? It seems to have a model that allows unlimited number of custom fields, or am I missing something?
The new model creates tables and as such is much more efficient and scalable. You will hit mysql limits based on the number of tables you create etc, but if you group your fields logically into a set of tables, it can scale quite nicely
"Streamlined event registration for free events (skip confirmation step)"
I think this is great. I think the closer CiviEvents gets to "one-click" for registration the better.
Also, easier integration with the Drupal Views Calendar would be nice.