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CiviCRM will have a booth at one of the biggest free and open source conferences: FOSDEM.
The FOSDEM conference is held every year in Brussels (Belgium) and attracts more than 8000 participants from all over the world.
See http://fosdem.org for more information.
This year, the conference will be on Saturday 4 February and Sunday 5 February 2017.
Having a booth at a conference with more than 8000 open source enthusiasts, more than 600 lectures and...Read more
The wiki is kind of like that drawer in your kitchen where you put things that seem useful but don't really have "a place". And it works okay, especially when its your kitchen, because you have a decent idea of what you've chucked in there over the years.
Hi my name is Sean and I'm an...Read more
Civdesk is excited to announce our newest training opportunity - Effective Email Marketing with CiviMail. During this session you will learn how to best leverage CiviMail to get your emailing into your constituents Inbox and have your content read.
During this two-hour training, you will learn about:
Hello world, I would like to introduce the idea of of CiviCRM "Community Fridays". Let's coalesce our ongoing community efforts improving Civi around a certain day of the week: every Friday.
This is the idea of myself, Allen Shaw, Josh Gowans and and other partners. Will you consider joining us? Community Friday isn't just for bugs and developers... it's for marketing, end users and everyone.
JMA Consulting is pleased to welcome Jon Goldberg as our new Director of Operations effective today.
After a brief stint as a political organizer, Jon spent 13 years working in various capacities at a non-profit legal organization, primarily in IT. In 2010 he co-founded Palante Technology Cooperative and started their CiviCRM department, where he worked for 7 years. Outside of work, Jon can be found engaging in queer community organizing, (dis-)assembling electronics, and training parrots.
"I'm really excited to have Jon join us given his keen appreciation of how to help ...Read more
Last week we had a fourth sprint to improve CiviCRM performance at the socialist party.
During this sprint we started with looking at why the screen for adding and editing memberships loaded slow. The issue reported was that it took some time before the end date field jumped from the right side of the screen to the middle of the screen. It turned out that as long as the field was displayed at the right side the screen was still loading. Timing this gave a time of about 18 seconds before the screen was fully loaded.
We discovered a few causes:
LYRIC is a small non-profit that is entirely managed by volunteer attorneys. Our mission is to teach youth how to safely exercise their Constitutional rights, and we do so by connecting with schools and community organizations and training volunteer attorneys to teach our curriculum to high schools students.
LYRIC teaches in over 32 Denver metro schools; in the last two years, we have taught over 6000 students. Although LYRIC's purpose is singular and straightforward, in order to present just one LYRIC presentation-our board must engage...Read more
cv (https://github.com/civicrm/cv) and
civix (https://github.com/totten/civix) are Unix/CLI tools for developers.
cv provides access to your Civi site on the command line, and
civix generates skeletal code for new extensions. We've had a few recent updates to each of these tools, so I wanted to introduce
cv more formally and then recap some of recent improvements for each tool.