This year's San Francisco Bay Area CiviDay meetup "felt like a family reunion," according to one attendee, and no wonder it seemed homey: its venue was the large but comfortable common space of a cohousing community in Oakland. Over 30 people (reportedly over 40 at the peak) filled the dining room chairs, including CiviCRM core team members, nonprofit workers considering CiviCRM for their organizations, current users, consultants and developers looking to integrate CiviCRM with their own products.
CiviCRM cofounder Dave Greenberg gave us the origin story and described how a remarkably compact team (compared with some other CRM platforms) got us to where we are today after getting "bit by the open source bug" 10 years ago. Recently, a dedicated core group have been working hard to get CiviCRM on a solid, sustainable footing as the project outgrows its original funding model. Dave outlined the new ...Read more
The Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) will be taking place in Austin, TX on March 4-6, 2015. In addition to having a booth, there are a number of CiviCRM events planned around the Conference.
On Monday, March 2, there will be a 6 hour CiviCRM Super User training. This training is meant for CiviCRM users who have a good grasp of CiviCRM and are ready to learn more about best practices for contact management, everything you can do with profiles, being an import champion and how to use the CiviCRM community to learn more and give back (and much more). Coffee and lunch is included. $195 for registration
Progressive Technology Project is offering the Grassroots...Read more
We've been using Civi here in Pittsburgh, PA for a few years now and would love to connect with other local users.
I'm considering organizing a Pittsburgh Meet Up but don't want to be the only one sitting at the table!
Whether you are currently a CiviCRM user or a potential user, drop me a note (firstname.lastname@example.org) or add a comment here and let's get the ball rolling. Skill level is a non-factor.
Sounds pretty good!
The goal would be to eventually organize a Pittsburgh Meet Up and represent the Three Rivers on CiviDay 2016.
Spread the Word.
CiviCRM-Anwender, -Implementierer und -Interessierte zusammenbringen: Seit 2 Jahren veranstaltet Software für Engagierte e.V. mehr oder weniger regelmäßig in verschiedenen deutschen Städten CiviCRM-Treffen, wo in einem Rahmen von ca. 2 Stunden CiviCRM-bezogene Fragen miteinander besprochen werden können.
In Berlin treffen wir uns einigermaßen regelmäßig, immer am letzten Donnerstag eines ungeraden Monats.
Donnerstag, 27. November 2014, 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr
c/o Parlamentwatch e.V. & GmbH
Fidicinstr. 30, Ecke Kloedenstraße
Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos. Damit wir besser planen können, wäre es aber schön, wenn ihr euch hier anmelden würdet!
- Vorstellung von CiviCRM für "Neulinge"
- Berichte von der CiviCon2014...
The CiviCRM Montreal meetups are back, don't miss the next meetup, on Wednesday November 19th! This time we are also hosting a community "clinic" from 5pm to 6pm. Evaluating CiviCRM for your organisation? Questions on day to day usage, administration or development? We will do our best to answer. First come, first served! Please register as soon as possible, so that we may plan the event accordingly.
- 5 PM to 6 PM: CiviCRM community clinic
- 6 PM to 7 PM: What's new in the CiviCRM community? Followed by a presentation of CiviCRM 4.5, released on September 18.
- 7 PM to 8 PM: Informal talk.
The event is hosted by the Maison Parent-Roback, located at 110, rue Sainte-Thérèse, room 107, H2Y 1E6, near the metro stations Champ de Mars or Place d'Armes on the orange line.
For questions or comments, contact: Mathieu Lutfy (...Read more
On Thursday, October 30th Web Access, Lighthouse Consulting and Design, and The Association Development Group (ADG) hosted the first ever Albany area CiviCRM meetup. Since this was the first of its kind in the area we were unsure of what to expect. We could not have been more pleased at how the event unfolded.
We had a great turnout, almost everyone who had registered was able to make it. I attribute this to my co-sponsors Tony Mazzarella and Brian Shaughnessy and their connections in the local CiviCRM community. This event would not have been such a success if it weren’t for each of their participation in the planning and marketing of the event.
The meetup’s agenda included two presentations. The first was a case study presented by Brian Shaughnessy outlining a lead prospecting system that he is working on for a client. The second presentation was from the CiviCRM core team member Kurund Jalmi, who discussed some of the new features...Read more
Calling all current (and future) CiviCRM users and developers in the NY State Capital region! I’m happy to announce the formation of the CiviCRM Albany Meetup.
Thanks to the efforts of Laurie Cook from the Association Development Group and Brian Shaughnessy of Lighthouse Consulting & Design who are co-sponsoring/hosting with Web Access, we will be holding our first meetup on October 30, 2014 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.
Going forward meetups will be held on the last Thursday of the month.
I urge anyone in the CiviCRM community within driving distance...Read more
Join us at the first(?) CiviCRM meetup in Belgium!
More information and registration: https://civicrm.org/civicrm/event/info?id=507&reset=1
There are four really interesting CiviCRM sessions penciled in for NTEN this year (in Austin, Texas). In order to ensure these sessions get run, we need to win a popularity contest. Please vote for CiviCRM sessions to ensure everyone attending NTEN gets the opportunity to learn more about CiviCRM. Voting is simple: Open this google doc to see all CiviCRM sessions planed, click on the link of the sessions you like the sound of, and vote the session up. Voting closes on 18th July (3 more days!) so head over to the site today and help spread the word about CiviCRM.