The Developer Guide is a new documentation resource intended for all CiviCRM developers.
This initiative is tasked with creating and maintaining local, country specific sites, translated where appropriate.
The core team and CompuCorp are joining forces to roll out a new boostrap-themed user interface for CiviCase.
The CiviCRM Core Team is primarily tasked with coordinating all aspects of CiviCRM, including software development and community management.
This ongoing working group is intended to grow recognition of and engagement with CiviCRM across popular social media platforms, and to reinforce its brand and messaging.
This initiative is tasked with designing and distributing official CiviCRM hard collateral to the community, consistent with the project's branding and messaging.
The CiviCRM Core Team, along with Greenleaf Advancement, is undertaking a review and implementation of an...
Just what the title says... CiviCRM integration with Drupal 8.
Mosaico is a rich open source email template builder that, combined with CiviMail, make for an incredibly functional and powerful mailing...
The CiviCRM Core Team plays a significant role in coordinating all documented issues in CiviCRM, it is primarily responsible for triaging and addressing critical bugs in the...
CiviCRM + BackDrop integration.
CiviCRM formed in 2005 as a California-based Limited Liability Company and remains such today.
The Community Engagement working group is focused on onboarding new contributors, be they developers, marketers, etc., and guiding them through a ladder of engagement such...
The CiviCRM Events working group is currently a broad group focused on coordinating, promoting and managing official CiviCRM events.
The translation working group ensures that CiviCRM can be used in various languages and localities. This includes:
CiviCRM's Security Working Group exists to address reported security issues regarding CiviCRM sites and data. The security working group:
CiviCRM's main website is not only its most significant asset with respect to marketing, it's the central access point for community engagement, providing a hub for product...
The infrastructure working group exists to ensure that CiviCRM's server infrastructure is always available and running smoothly. This includes:
The extensions working group works to ensure a healthy extension ecosystem for CiviCRM.
The Documentation Working Group ensures that we have up to date documentation for users, administrators and developers of CiviCRM.