CiviCRM version 5.69.0 is now ready to download. This is a regular monthly release. Upgrade now for the most stable CiviCRM experience:
We will be promoting CiviCRM at FOSDEM in Brussels on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 February 2024.
FOSDEM is an annual non-commercial event centered on free and open-source software development. With over 8000 attendees, it is one of the biggest open source conferences.
Many many years ago (quite possibly 2016), at about the same time, AGH Strategies and the Progressive Technology Project (PTP) each developed an extension called "Petition Email." Both extensions provided the exact same missing feature for CiviCRM's Petition component: When a signer fills out a CiviCRM petition, an email is automatically sent to a pre-defined target.
Learn how to seamlessly integrate your CiviCRM data into your Drupal site for improved customization. We'll cover the basics, like why CiviCRM matters, and show hands-on examples like setting up an online member directory and displaying top donors.
Here's what you can expect:
In this day and age where information is a valuable asset, ensuring the security and privacy of your association data has become essential. Associations handle a large amount of sensitive information, therefore data security is a big thing.
This blog will help highlight how we've used CiviCRM as an effective tool around the critical nature of safeguarding data against unauthorized access, data breaches, and legal repercussions.
Being new to the Civi community, I have been asked several times how my first sprint was. Well, read for yourself: After two days of a great admin training, where I learned so much about the core functions of CiviCRM, it was also exciting to hear about new extensions and developments at the CiviCamp.