Step up and help out!Beta releases are a great occasion to get involved in CiviCRM community. There are many ways you can help make this release better and bug free.
- Integrator (Jan 21) and Developer Training (Jan 22) in Boston.
- Developer training on February 8 - 9, 2010 in Brussels.
- User (April 7), Integrator (April 11) and Developer (April 12) training in Atlanta.
- User (April 18) and Integrator (April 18) training in San Francisco.
- The first CiviCon - April 22, 2010 immediately after DrupalCon San Francisco. More details on this in future blog posts.
How much server (disk space and memory) do I need to run my CiviCRM implementation....
The answer is, of course, it depends. But what are the critical factors?
-- Data base size (Number of contacts and number of custom data fields, relationships, groups, etc.)
-- Number of users (light usage vs. heavy usage)
-- What other applications will be running? (A CMS with a small data base or Jasper Reports with a lot of simultaneous users.)
I think it would be good to put forth some guidelines or rules of thumb.
This is really a continuation of previous blogs on CiviCRM accounting integration. I now have some basic integration bewteen CiviCRM and Xero working and decided to do a screencast.
Screencasts are hardly my preferred medium - especially now that I've tried to make one but I thought it might be useful for people to see what a CiviCRM integration with the accounting package Xero would look like. The screencast doesn't show you any CiviCRM - just Xero and is more intended to give people an idea of what the day-to-day reality of it is.