It’s been a few months since Mathieu reworked version 1 of the contributor listing using SearchKit. You can see it in action at https://civicrm.org/civicrm/contributors
Blog posts by josh
It’s tough not to go down memory lane and talk about the fact that CiviCRM used to support a version that didn’t require a content management system. Alas, it was an idea that was ahead of its time! For whatever reason CiviCRM Standalone faded away, but not quite into oblivion. Over the years there were folks that tried to keep it going and for good reason; it lacks the baggage of any of the CMS’s.
Join CiviCRM Core Team member Coleman Watts for a demonstration of SearchKit and FormBuilder, including recent updates and review of work in progress. This webinar will be interactive, so it's an opportunity for participants to bring ideas, questions or suggestions about these two pieces of functionality that are increasingly used through CiviCRM.
After a long hiatus, CiviCRM Developer Training is back! If you're looking to sharpen your skills or become actively engaged in CiviCRM development for the first time then you won't want to miss the developer training in Manchester, UK on 6 & 7 October.
A few weeks prior to 24 February, I’d given up reading the news. It was a very happy time. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it’s been hard not to jump back into my Google news feed and periodically check in at NPR. Given the rise of misinformation over the past few years, it’s hard to know what is accurate and what isn’t, so much of what I read I take with a grain of salt.
The 2021 annual report for the CiviCRM Core Team is now live at https://civicrm.org/annual-report just in time for the Community Round Tables tomorrow.
Just a quick heads up that the next Community Round Table will be on 18 January 2022. These are intended to be informal community meetings (open to all) with the Core Team and Community Council. There's no formal agenda, however typcially it looks something like:
Join the Community Council and the Core Team for our next Community Round Table on October 5th (6th depending on time zone). Get general project updates, ask questions, or just hang out and meet the community.
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CiviCRM Core Team member Coleman Watts will host a webinar presenting the latest developments in SearchKit, work in progress and future plans on 18 August at 11:00am US ET. Please join in to learn about the latest work or just to get familiar with SearchKit. Info at: