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So the good folks at USPIRG our continuing their support of CiviCRM and are sponsoring quite a few cool features for CiviCRM v2.2. In case you were not aware, they also sponsored quite a few cool features for 2.1.
I had a long conversation with our USPIRG contact, Wes Morgan, on the feature list for 2.2. The...Read more
It was an eventful period after beta 4. With excellent support from the community, we were able to identify and close quite a few trivial issues (and a few critical ones). The fifth 2.1 Beta distribution (probably last one before stable) is now available forRead more
The CiviCRM team will have pretty good representation at BADCamp in Berkeley on Oct 11/12. A few of our senior developers from India (Yashodha, Deepak and Kurund) will be in the Bay Area at that time. We are also hoping that either Michal or Piotr from Poland will join the party.Read more
If you're going to be in Los Angeles for DrupalCamp this weekend, stop by the Sunday 3:00pm (or possibly 4:15pm) session on the beginners track for an Intro to CiviCRM. We'll cover basic some basic set-up, usage, and have a brief discussion about what makes CiviCRM different from other Drupal modules. Appropriate for Advanced Drupal users who are new to CiviCRM, or total newbies.
**EDIT: Time corrected, but watch the posted schedules at the Convention center to be sure.
Iam using drupal 5.10 and civicrm 2.0 on a server that I maintain. The server is running Scientific Linux 5.2 and I have compiled Gammu version 1.20.0 on it. http://www.gammu.org is "Free tools and software for cellular devices and phones". I can use it for sending SMS via a old cellular phone in my case an Sony Ericsson T290i connected with the usb cable DCU-11. I have set up Gammu to use an mysql db for reciving and sending sms.
I then copied the "send mail to contact" Task and added my own version but change it to "send sms to contact" and I...Read more
NTEN's 2009 annual conference is being held in San Francisco April 26-28. The deadline for submitting session proposals is September 12th (yes - really soon).
David Geilhufe is going to submit several session proposals - and needs a few more folks who are planning on being at the conference AND who are willing to discuss any or all of the following topics as part of a panel: