On 15 August 2019, we switched the contributor log (previously a webform/civicrm) over to Gitlab. Details on how to track time can be found here. We did this because more and more of the project management was taking place in Gitlab and because of weaknesses in the contributor log, specifically it was clunky and it was difficult to assess the legitimacy of contributions reported.
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Diet Civi is a new "working" group within the CiviCRM community.
Our main objectives are to
improve CiviCRM’s ability to support a variety of different workflows on the common core data model.
define, coordinate, foster, and fund projects to achieve this.
Our aim is to represent the partners and community members that recognize themselves more or less in the following statements:
Over at the Extensions Working Group, we’re making careful progress toward improvements to the extension ecosystem, aiming to make it easier for all of us to do what we want with extensions: End users and site admins: easier to find, select, and install the right extension; Extension developers: easier to publish extensions and set clearer expectations for support and maintenance, and easier to avoid duplicating existing extensions; Community volunteers: easier to conduct extension reviews and help them get qualified for automated distribution.
This goes out to CiviCRM users (yes YOU too!), admins and developers.
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