- online contribution page
- membership signup page
- event info and registration page
- Joomla! 1.5 and Drupal 6 compatibility (CiviCRM 2.1 is NOT compatible with Drupal 5.x or Joomla! 1.0.x)
- Production-ready "standalone" version of CiviCRM (with thanks to U.S. PIRG)
- Contribution Pledges (back-office and self-service)
- Multi-language / single site support (with thanks to Google Summer of Code and the Joomla! team)
- Nesting (hierarchy) for groups (with thanks to U.S. PIRG)
- Contribution, participant and membership export improvements (with thanks to American Friends Service Committee)
- CiviCRM Home / Dashboard customization (with thanks to Frontline Defenders)
- Several usabiilty improvements including basic and quick search improvements (with thanks to CivicActions), and elimination of the annoying page reloads when entering contributions, memberships, and event registrations.
- FCKEdit and TinyMCE rich text editors
- Early-bird (date-based) discounts for events
- Multi-participant event registration
- Dedupe design and scalability improvements
- New tools for developers to extend and customize CiviCRM - including form hooks, adding PHP to custom fields, REST support for selected APIs, DB-driven menus and more.
- .... and 200+ more smaller improvements and bug fixes
We were planning on pushing out 2.1 stable this week - but a few too many "need to fix" issues surfaced (thanks to some dilegent community testers). So we've released a 6th Beta distribution this week and targeted stable release for next week. You can download 2.1 Beta 6 now on SourceForge.
If you are planning on using new 2.1 features AND / OR upgrading an existing site to 2.1 - NOW is the time to test the upgrade with YOUR DATA and identify any remaining issues with new or existing features. The development team will actively work with you resolve any upgrade issues during this phase of the release cycle. If you submitted bugs to the 2.1 queue and haven't yet confirmed the fixes - PLEASE take the time to retest now.
If you are unable to test the release by downloading it - then the next best thing is to try out the new features, bug fixes, as well as the workflows you use most often by logging in to the public demo.
|IMPORTANT: This feature uses Google's public chart-drawing service. Your monthly and annual contribution totals will be sent over the internet to Google's servers. No contributor data is sent - only totals. However, if you are concerned about the privacy of your contribution totals - you should NOT use this feature. You can remove the link by editing the template file at templates/CRM/Contribution/Page/Dashboard.tpl.|
FeesWe will split up total costs incurred with the group participants. The costs are primarily to cover food and location rental (if any). Please post a comment to this post if you are interested and your availability on those dates. Also thoughts on what you'd like to get done in this camp would be appreciated :)
LocationCiviCamp will be held at the Yahoo! San Francisco location (downtown?). We will inform attendees of the address and directions.
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