I'm excited to share that there is now a CiviCRM Community Handbook.
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The CiviCRM Community Council have been working on a set of guidelines for the CiviCRM Community Blog.
Many people in our community expressed a desire for some guidelines to inform posting and conversation, and now that we have a draft together, we would like to collect feedback from the community on what we're proposing.
It's only 4 weeks until CiviCamp Birmingham (UK)! Are you ...
Based on feedback from clients, we're launching a series of Masterclasses this year. They will provide an opportunity for you to deepen your knowledge and skills in a particular area of CiviCRM. These courses will assume that you have a basic understanding of CiviCRM as a Contact Management System.
We all know CiviCRM provides a lot of power and usability "out-of-the-box". But it's only got where it is because of hours of hard work from the core team, other developers and end users pitching in the funds to make it happen.
As a CiviCRM implementer, I’m always looking for solutions that are sustainable, cost-effective and easy for the client to use day to day. As someone who isn’t a coder – I’m always looking for a solution that can be achieved through the user interface (UI)!
The first Manchester UK CiviCRM User and Admin training was held last week with a fantastic group of attendees who travelled from around the UK to learn more about Civi. Everyone got involved in sharing their experiences and user cases which made a friendly atmosphere over the two days.
Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation (GMCVO) require an ICT Officer who can customise and develop open source software (PHP), work with hosting environments (Linux), and install and configure open source databases/websites for external organisations (Drupal/CiviCRM).