CiviCRM version 5.56.0 is now out and ready to download. This is a regular monthly release. Upgrade now for the most stable CiviCRM experience:
A while back I did a lot of cleanup and bug fixing on the Core Import code. This clean-up facilitated some extra features to be added in a core extension - ‘civi-import’ which is in 5.55. In addition Greenpeace Germany sponsored improvements to CiviCRM to support background queuing and in 5.57 ‘civi-import’ can leverage that. I’m going to describe some of the enhancements in civi-import in this blog based on the 5.57 code base (not all are in 5.55).
This month at CiviCRM North East we are looking at how you can generate reports using SearchKit.
Northbridge Digital is working to recreate the reports (and some extended reports), which ship with CiviCRM, as SearchKit reports. This will mean that people new to SearchKit in CiviCRM will have a bank of examples to choose from when SearchKit is installed.
I know... CiviCRM for Professional Organizations and licensure. What a thrill ride! Bear with me and hopefully this will be an interesting read.
CiviCRM version 5.55.0 is now out and ready to download. This is a regular monthly release. Upgrade now for the most stable CiviCRM experience:
Since 2020, the CiviCRM Community Council is elected as an advisory body for the CiviCRM community.
The Community Council meets once a month for a one-hour Jitsi meeting, and discusses upcoming issues, mediates conflicts, discusses recommendations to the project, and keeps in touch with the Core Team.
Today we’d like to share with you some of the exciting new features that Compuco have been working on for CiviCRM over the past year. Our product team have been hard at work and have produced a lot of new functionality we’re excited to show off. We’ll also be letting you know how you can get your hands on it!
Following on from the training last week, about 40 of us have been up in Manchester recently for the CiviCRM Sprint where we've been working on replacing some of the admin forms and some of the core display screens with more up to date technology. There's also been work on updating the documentation and some thinking about how that process should actually work.
It is really fantastic to experience a real life CiviCRM sprint again! I am hoping others will also tell you about the Manchester sprint in blog posts, but i would like to take this opportunity to tell you about the stuff we discussed on the topic of CiviCRM Documentation.