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S3 and Community Council: a play with drivers

1 day 23 hours ago

In my previous blogpost on the Community Council and Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) I told you that we are studying and applying S3 to our community processes. In today’s little story I will focus on two important concepts in S3: driver and domain. And we are dying to get your feedback!

First of all, let me explain one aspect of our growing appreciation of S3 for our community:

ErikHommel

Come to the Asia/Pacific CiviCRM meet-up on 24th September 2020

1 week 1 day ago

This is an open invitation for everyone in the Asia/Pacific region to join other Australians, New Zealanders etc. on-line to catch-up and discuss all things CiviCRM. If you are a CiviCRM user, developer or casual user with questions, then you are most welcome to join us.The meeting is only 1 hour and has a set agenda (depending on number of people attending this may be shortened).

seamuslee

SPF, DKIM, DMARC and CiviCRM

1 week 2 days ago

SPF, DKIM, DMARC are all tools and various techniques use my email servers such as Google, Yahoo and others to determine the validity of an email that is sent to it. These have evolved over the course of the last few decades as the internet has evolved as well.

seamuslee

CiviCRM / Drupal 8 Site Allows Chapters to Manage CiviCRM Data via Drupal

1 week 5 days ago

Skvare is the maintainer of International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA)’s Drupal 8 / CiviCRM website. IMBA is a network of local chapters, that provides resources to find local trails as well as information on building and protecting trails. The website utilizes CiviCRM integrated with Drupal 8 to allow local chapters to see membership reports, send emails to their members, and much much more. 

bdaniels

CiviCRM Do-ocracy Week

1 week 5 days ago
The Community Summit 2020

We had such plans for 2020 with a UK-based summit in wonderful Devon. Then the world turned upside down and we've all struggled to maintain the energy we had and drive that energy into some kind of virtual event that would give the community the same experience as our Summit/Sprint events do every October.

MikeyMJCO

CiviCRM 5.29 Release

2 weeks 6 days ago

CiviCRM version 5.29.0 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

Users of the CiviCRM Extended Security Releases (ESR) do not need to upgrade, as there are no ESR-specific bugfixes or security issues at the moment.

Important announcements and reminders:

dev-team

Deduper extension release 1.4

3 weeks 2 days ago

Deduper extension release 1.4

Release 1.4 of the deduper extension is now released. This contains a number of additional resolvers that the Wikimedia Foundations uses to enable more duplicate contacts to be merged without manual intervention.

Eileen

GSoC Project: Outlook365 Extension

3 weeks 2 days ago

Hi Everyone,I am a 2020 student of Google Summer of Code (GSoC), https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com and have been contributing my time to the CiviCRM project. I’m back with another post regarding my GSoC journey so far. This is my final week and I’m really glad that I made it till the end.

sarvesh21

Probots and GitLab to GitHub Integration: Final Phase Completion

3 weeks 3 days ago

Hello All! This Blog is in continuation to my previous blog. This is the final blog of my project and I will try to summarise all the work, I have done during the Probots and GitLab to GitHub Integration Project. I will also share my amazing experience with the CiviCRM team and especially my mentors Eileen McNaughton and Saurabh Batra.

kartik1000

How long should it take to send 50,000 messages?

3 weeks 6 days ago

At the Progressive Technology Project, we have been struggling with getting our mass emails out more quickly for quite some time. However, since we went from 5.13 ESR to 5.21 things seemed to have gotten worse. And there is no change with the latest 5.27 ESR. After countless hours trying to sift through all the factors (of course there are way more factors then just the CiviCRM core version!), I'm turning to the community for ideas.

jamie

Come to the Asia/Pacific CiviCRM meet-up on 27th August 2020

1 month ago

This is an open invitation for everyone in the Asia/Pacific region to join other Australians, New Zealanders etc. on-line to catch-up and discuss all things CiviCRM. If you are a CiviCRM user, developer or casual user with questions, then you are most welcome to join us.The meeting is only 1 hour and has a set agenda (depending on number of people attending this may be shortened).

justinfreeman

CiviCRM 5.28 Release

1 month 2 weeks ago

CiviCRM version 5.28.0 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

Users of the CiviCRM Extended Security Releases (ESR) do not need to upgrade, as there are no ESR-specific bugfixes or security issues at the moment.

Important announcements and reminders:

dev-team

Probots and GitLab to GitHub Integration: Second phase completion

1 month 3 weeks ago

Hello all, this blog is a continuation of my previous blog. This month we were able to achieve most of our targets with a very healthy community discussion as well. We added more features related to only GitHub code-base and we moved on to GitLab and GitHub Integration as well. Let me explain to you the main features we added during this period in a brief.

kartik1000
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