Important Notice: This is a security release. We recommend you immediately upgrade to one of the following versions:
Last week a number of community members worked on a digital sprint to improve the Developer Guide. The sprint was organised by CiviCooP (https://civicoop.org).
Watch part 2 of Skvare's training series on the CiviCRM Entity Drupal module.
The CiviCRM Community Council (CCC) is elected by the CiviCRM community and charged with coalescing the ideas, opinions and values of the community, stewarding our intra-community relations and protecting our community as a safe space to collaborate on our overall aim of providing a world-class open-source CRM aimed at doing global good.
Did you ever dream of a simple and flexible way to get data from CiviCRM shown on a nice interactive map on your WordPress site? Or you need to do this on a remote website different from where your CiviCRM is installed? Or you prefer a map like this that is not using Google Maps? Then you will love the new Leaflet Map / CiviCRM integration plugin by Jaap Jansma.
Member Portals vs Websites: A Tale of Two Entities
The Benefit of Keeping your Member Portal and Website Separate
CiviCRM version 5.36.0 is now out and ready to download. This is a regular monthly release.
Upgrade now for the most stable CiviCRM experience: https://civicrm.org/download
Today we had our video con about caldera forms. (See announcement) and this blog is a summary of our conversation.
Thanks everybody who joined. I liked the fact that we had various ideas and opinions on how to proceed. This shows for me how diverse our community is and I do love that!
On April 12th we have planned a CiviCRM Webinar for current users and interested parties. The rest of this blog is in Dutch, since the meetup / webinar is aimed at organisations in Belgium/Flanders and The Netherlands. For English speaking users: we will plan another webinar in May.