On 15 August 2019, we switched the contributor log (previously a webform/civicrm) over to Gitlab. Details on how to track time can be found here. We did this because more and more of the project management was taking place in Gitlab and because of weaknesses in the contributor log, specifically it was clunky and it was difficult to assess the legitimacy of contributions reported.
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Find out more about how CiviCRM is being used in Canada and elsewhere.
Right on cue CiviMobile app scales up to offer nonprofit organization’s constituents the best experience of CiviCRM functionality on their smartphones. From the outset CiviMobile offered its users fast and responsive performance of a native mobile app. Following few releases, it has accumulated wide user capabilities for CRM data management, which continue to expand.What Is New
Once a year Software für Engagierte e.V., an association of German CiviCRM users, organizes a national CiviCamp in Germany. This year it took place in Hamburg at November, 18 and was visited by 68 users, developers and interested people from all parts of Germany and even from Austria and Switzerland, with one participant each.
The French American Chamber of Commerce – New York (FACC-NY) is part of a national network of FACC chapters that promote business between France and the United States. The FACC–NY is comprised of diverse member businesses and offers a range of programs, providing growth opportunities to businesses and their communities.
Cividesk recently spoke with Jeremie Sautter, Associate Director of Membership and Martin Bischoff, Managing Director of the Chamber to learn more about their experiences transitioning to and using CiviCRM.
Want to start using CiviEvent, but don't know where to start? You're in luck, Cividesk is offering both of our online CiviEvent online training classes on consecutive days in December!
There has been a security release for CiviCRM. We recommend you immediately upgrade to one of the following versions:
- CiviCRM v5.19.2
- CiviCRM v5.13.7 ESR
In addition to the security fixes, this release includes several bug fixes.
Below are the security advisories details:
In 1992, there was a little known new thing called the world wide web. By 1995, it was a "thing". Now, what exactly do those quotes do to the word "thing"? And what does this have to do with "entities"? Queue my favorite programming joke.
Come meet others in the San Francisco Bay Area who use and are interested in using CiviCRM.
Join Cividesk on Wednesday, Nov. 20th at 3 pm PT/ 4 pm MT/ 6 pm ET / Nov. 21st at 10 am AEDT for this 2-hour online training session, the Fundamentals of Mass Emailing, that will provide in depth instruction on how to emailing in CiviCRM.
Learn how to create mailing lists, send a mailing in traditional CiviMail, configure a newsletter sign-up form for your website, and use the Mosaico extension to create and send a monthly newsletter.
Following our recent communications to the CiviCRM community regarding our enhanced iATS 1st Pay extension, we are excited to announce the formal release date will be Nov 18th .
With that in mind, we wanted to give you a quick heads up in case you have questions.
When will the extension be launched?
Monday, November 18th 2019
What is it?
Learn how to "Customize your database with Custom Fields & Profiles" during this 2-hour online training taught by Cividesk on Thursday, November 14th at 9 am MT/ 10 am CT/ 11 am ET.
CiviCRM version 5.19.0 is now out and ready to download.
Important Notice: There will be a seperate CiviCRM security release in two weeks.RELEASE NOTES:
Big thanks to Andrew Hunt and Alice Frumin from AGH Strategies for putting up together release notes for this version.
The release notes for 5.19.0 can be accessed here.
This is an open invitation to all CiviCRM users in Australia and New Zealand 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).
This Fourth meetup of 2019 will have the theme 'Contact Management' - based partly on some of the issues raised by attendees on the meetup issue queue, and some additional Contact related items building on the foundation of the last 2 sessions.
Suggested topics from the following items:
Introducing WordPress Content Views for CiviCRM which uses the new Data Processor extension for CiviCRM to provide easy to design and beautiful layouts and listings of CiviCRM information on your WordPress website.