Exciting news! CiviCRM now integrates with Backdrop. Stay tuned for more details.
Where to Stay
Prices are approximate based on research, but you may be able to do better depending on deals, discounts, etc.
Click on each link to see the hotel location mapped with the route to the Science Center.
Compatibility with PHP 5.3 will end in December 2017, and compatibility with PHP 5.4 will end in March 2018. These changes follow a number of discussions and a multi-year deprecation process. The current recommended version is PHP 5.6.
The 4.7.24 release is scheduled for the first Wednesday of September. Ordinarily, there would be an announcement about the release-candidate (RC) in mid-August, but we're doing something a bit different this time around -- extending the RC to a full month, which mean the RC is available now at http://download.civicrm.org/latest. Testing out the RC is a great way to ensure that your systems will continue to work in the next release. Let me talk about how this change helps.
Speaker submissions are now closed - If you wish to give a quick talk at the conference please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and details of the talk.
We are actively looking for CiviCRM community members (users, developers, partners) to speak at CiviCon Canberra. Sessions will be arranged into the following tracks.
We are looking for community members to present on various topics and capacities. Sessions will include presentations on specific topics or case studies, panel discussions/roundtables, overview sessions on CiviCRM features and Lightning Talks (quick 5-8 minute presentations). Topics are arranged into the following three presentation tracks.