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March 17, 2006
By Dave Greenberg Filed under CiviCRM
CivicSpace has announced the ALPHA of their hosted service. This includes CiviCRM 1.3. Please consider helping them out by signing up to be an alpha tester.
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March 13, 2006
By Dave GreenbergFiled under

CiviCRM is getting a fair amount of acceptance internationally. You can read a one pager of case studies and other information.

http://objectledge.org/confluence/pages/viewpageattachments.action?pageId=7185

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February 3, 2006
By Dave GreenbergFiled under

Drupal provides a very strong taxonomy system to classify content. Contacts could benefit from that taxonomy functionality.

You can see Eric Mckenna's cookbook here: http://objectledge.org/confluence/display/CRM/CiviCRM+Drupal+Taxonomy+Integration

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December 22, 2005
By Dave GreenbergFiled under

Nick Lewis has blogged some good basics on CiviCRM & Drupal users:

"In this tutorial, I will explain how to get a user’s country from CiviCRM, and auto-generate a taxonomy term within the context of the user posting a new content item." ( read more... )

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December 5, 2005
By Dave GreenbergFiled under

See Mike Gifford's annotated Flickr screenshot of the vcard functionality in CiviCRM... http://www.flickr.com/photos/mgifford/70585008/

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August 23, 2005
By Dave GreenbergFiled under

Axel Rüweler has completed an initial German translation of OpenNGO using our translation tool at http://translations.openngo.org/.

Special thanks to Axel for dedicating the time to complete the translation.

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August 16, 2005
By Dave GreenbergFiled under

The Mozilla Foundation, the folks behind Firefox and Thunderbird, have announced the Mozilla Corporation, a for-profit corporate subsidiary wholley owned by the 501-c-3 nonprofit Mozilla Foundation. http://www.mozilla.org/reorganization/

This precisely mirrors the structure we have choosen to support CiviCRM and OpenNGO. The Social Source Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit, shepards the open source software along, creates code, builds community and generally tries to create a healthy ecosystem. We also have a wholly-owned for profit subsidiary that will offer an ASP version of our software at a small monthly fee (approximately $50 per month).

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July 13, 2005
By Dave GreenbergFiled under
Here: Jeff Patrick riffs on CiviCRM Jeff does a great job of putting CiviCRM in a larger context. We welcome the expectations he sets up for the CiviCRM community and hope the enough people use, extend, understand and join CiviCRM to far exceed the wildest expectations.
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June 26, 2005
By Dave Greenberg Filed under CiviCRM
Functional and contact-level access control is now implemented on the sandbox. User access overview describes the permissioning options. Logins and User Roles Some 'example roles' have been setup on this sandbox. You can use the logins below to try them out: Role: CiviCRM Admin Login: crmadmin demo Role: Team Lead Login: teamlead demo Role: Volunteer login: volunteer demo Current Sandbox Access Control
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