A location for CiviCRM / Drupal discussion and coding
Come meet others from the Bay Area who are interested in, using or developing for CiviCRM. For this meetup we'll do some hands-on training exercises for different levels, and have open question and answer sessions / breakout groups based on interests.
* Meet and Greet (5:30 - 6:00pm)
* CiviCRM 3.1 Highlights
* Hands-on Training Exercises and Breakout groups (by skill level and interest area)
Wikimedia offices are located 1 block from the Montgomery BART / Muni stations.
149 New Montgomery
San Francisco, CA 94105
We are recruiting a team of 3 or 4 volunteer System Administrators to share various responsibilities on a rotating (or time zone-shifted) basis. This can include volunteers who live in the US and are therefore not members of DA but who share our desire to help Americans around the world remain involved in US politics. There are millions of absentee votes at stake, and those votes affect races at every level -- local, state, and federal.Read more
I have done a bunch of research but could use some advice on whether a multisite installation or the Domain Access module is more appropriate for my needs.
I am setting up two sites for a public school and the grassroots nonprofit that raises money to support the school. They will need the following capabilities: (My impression of whether this tips the scale one way or the other is in parentheses - feel free to correct me)Read more
Please note that we are looking for volunteers to step forward to help keep this Meetup going!
After a holiday hiatus, we are glad to say that we do have a Boston CiviCRM Meetup for January! Many thanks to Annie Cardinaux and the NEXUS Resource Center for hosting us!!
Here is a draft agenda, suggestions welcome:
6:30 - 7:00 Intros & a go-round of how people are using CiviCRM and how they plan to in the future.
7:00 - 7:45 Presentations on specific implementations of CiviCRM
I wanted to let the Drupal community know that Don Lobo just announced two CiviCRM trainings to take place this month in Waltham, MA.
Configuring & Customizing CiviCRM - Jan 21, 2020 8:30am-6:30pm
CiviCRM Developer Training - Jan 22 8:30am-6:30pm
See above links to civicrm.org for more information and to register.Read more
Are you a member or future member of the Bay Ridge Food Co-op or the Park Slope Food Coop in Brooklyn?
If so, we are offering work credit at either co-op for:
An experienced developer who is a Drupal expert with PHP and MySQL skills. You should be familiar with installation, configuration and theming, as well as the most common modules. Super strong HTML, CSS, JS and Jquery skills are a plus. Knowledge of CiviCRM a super plus. We are working on:
* Developing the feature set of the next version of our website and intranet using Drupal
The Drupal association is a non-profit organization which provides support for the Drupal, web content management, open source project. The Drupal association is an all volunteer organization with thirty permanent members, and a support base of over 1000 financial contributors. We will provide event sponsorship packages for the fund raising activity. You will also receive access to the Drupal association CRM, CiviCRM 2.1. As a fund raiser you will receive direct requests through the event website and be required to follow up via email and over the phone. This is a contract position.Read more
Switchback is hiring!
Looking for Passion in the Workplace?
Us: Young and happening web development company in Ann Arbor, MI. We love user-centered design, open-source technology, and a good bottle of beer. But most of all, we live for building CMS-driven websites that light up our clients' lives. Looking for a long-term relationship built on great communication, stellar software development, and top-notch teamwork.Read more
A few of us are having coffee and talking Drupal and CiviCRM on Monday, November 16, 2009, in Jamaica Plain. You're invited!
This event is free and no RSVP is required, but if you plan to attend please sign up by logging in and clicking the "Sign up" button below. Knowing how many people are interested in attending can help us better select good locations in the future. People who sign up will also have last minute details (if there are any) sent to them before the meeting.
|When: Monday, November 16, 2009 from 6:30-8:30pm|
|Where: BNN, in Egleston Square at 3025 Washington St, Roxbury MA 02119|
Looking for an experienced Drupal pro to configure a public web site and CiviCRM installation. This is a contract job. There may be some theme tweaks needed, so theme experience is a plus.
Our preference is to work with someone in New England (US).
Please provide references and hourly rates.
Contact: Graham Clarke - firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
We of My Global Perspective are a growing alliance of global Filipino web designers and developers volunteering to empower itself, teddycasino.org, and all other mission-based, pro-people users and groups in and from the Philippines.Read more
I am developing a site (currently in dev at http://new.pittsburghprep.com) for a test prep company. They provide classes on the SAT and other tests, in addition to private tutoring. They will also have a web store for textbooks and other course materials. Here is a breakdown of the site's core functionality:
First, for end users:
1) Course sign-up and pay
2) Tutoring package sign up and pay
3) Textbook/course material purchase
4) Participation in group discussions and intra-group messaging
5) Take e-courses
And for site admins:Read more
Web Developer/Designer for Small Non-Profit Organization | Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding is a small non-profit organization seeking to enhance its online presence.
At present, we are seeking a web design and development consultant/firm to create a new website that aligns with current organizational branding guidelines, allows simple updating through an easy to use CMS/WYSIWYG, has some built in social media/networking functions (e.g., a blog and forums), includes several password-protected sections and will scale with the organization through the next 3-5 years.Read more
Position filledRead more
The BoF notes from DrupalCon DC here: http://groups.drupal.org/node/19737 mention that "When you have more than 100,000 contacts, it makes sense to look into other systems. Example: issues with Oregon Democratic Party site". I'm interested in knowing more about the question of scalability with CiviCRM.Read more
Wanted to send out a reminder that the DC CiviCRM Meetup will be meeting tomorrow, June 24th at 6:00pm. A very special thanks to the folks over at HacDC for sponsoring this meetup and providing the meeting space. The meetup will be at the general HacDC meetup location:
1525 Newton St NW
Washington, DC 20010
We are going to have two presentations:
1) I will do a demo of CiviCRM and Ubercart integration Trellon has done for a recent project
2) Andrew Hunt of AGH Strategies will demo Joomla integration with CiviCRMRead more
I've got two kids who are just starting their long school careers :) and i'm starting to look at open source in education. Earlier this year i realized that there is a big need for open source auction software to manage school auctions, but thats another story :)Read more
This is the first New York CiviCRM Meetup. Come meet others from the New York area who are interested in, using or developing for CiviCRM. We will have a presentation from an organization using CiviCRM locally and have an open question and answer session. Lobo will be in NYC and will help host/facilitate this meeting.
We are currently looking for a location to host this meeting. Send email to lobo at yahoo dot com if you can host this meeting