This year, DC's two premier Drupal events, Capital Camp and Gov Days were combined into a single conference held on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. Trellon was proud to be a sponsor of this event, and I was particularly happy to attend. Not only was it a great Drupalcamp, but it gave me the opportunity to visit with some of my clients at NIH.
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Last week, we rolled out the first major feature for CRM Core, called CRM Core Donation. It's available for download now from Drupal.org. You can also download an install profile with CRM Core Donation pre-configured, along with sample forms and data to play around with. This is exciting news.
Today, Trellon released new versions of CRM Core and CRM Core Profile. Both of these modules include new features that are important for anyone looking to build modules that use CRM Core as a backend for storing contact information.
For those of you attending Drupalcon this month - you have good taste! Show exactly how good it is by joining us for a special event to benefit the trust of Aaron Winborn, a long time Drupal contributor who has been fighting ALS for some time now.
This event is on May 20, 2013, it starts at 4:30 and will be held at the offices of EcoTrust. Their address is as follows:
721 Northwest 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97208
To attend, you can register here:
How do you build a feature that is going to work on any Drupal website? The question is more complex than it seems, and there is an important discussion going on around it in the Drupal community. It's playing out in a number of different areas where smaller groups of developers seek to leverage features as a tool for sharing functionality, and this issue is going to have an impact on the way people think about building websites over time.
The documentation for CRM Core has been updated on Drupal.org. Now that the module has achieved a stable version, we have updated most of the information available about how to use it.
The CRM Core handbook contains information on the following topics:
Today marks the first official, stable release for CRM Core.
Many thanks to all the people who helped test and shared ideas to bring together a stable release, this would not have been possible without all the support and feedback from the community.
Last week was the third weekly sprint for the CRM Core Demo.
What did we accomplish in this past week?
- The repository was moved from trellon to github to facilitate community involvement.
- We created petition list for the online petition feature.
- Contact petitions /crm/contact/%/activity/petitions which shows the Contact petitions.
- We created a new field which will store Tags and started Petitions Primer view.
- A project lead reviewed the online petition feature and news feature.