Civi v4.7 introduces some overhauls to the core CiviCRM development framework. Some of the planning discussions can be found in the forum, but now that it's merged and stablized a bit, I wanted to give a walk-through for other developers. A few highlights:
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Hi! I am Niko Bochan, a undergraduate student from the University of Bonn, Germany. As part of my Google Summer of Code 2015 project I was working on improving CiviCampaign. My mentor was Björn Endres from SYSTOPIA, which is also – conveniently – based in Bonn.
You can find the last blog post here: https://civicrm.org/blogs/niko-bochan/civicrm-strategic-fundraising-and-...
The CiviCRM User Summit is only 1 week away! Have we mentioned how ecstatic we are with this year’s lineup of Session Presenters and Topics and to be honored by our very special Keynote Speaker, Amy Sample Ward, CEO of NTEN?
CiviCRM has a great feature that allows it to check email boxes and add new contacts and activities based on the emails in that box. Gmail has an awesome system of tags and filters. Emails in Gmail can be very tagged and sorted using a vast number of criteria. Together, Gmail can filter and sort large volumes of email with excellent accuracy, then CiviCRM can import the relevant, and only the relevant emails into the contact records.
In my last blog post I promised I'd share more about CiviVolunteer 2.0's new features as they come together. We've finished our first round of development on what I've been calling the volunteer opportunity shopping cart, and I'm excited to share it with you.
Venez nous rejoindre et échanger avec les utilisateurs français lors du prochain Meetup !
Mardi 29 Septembre de 17h à 19h.
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