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Description

Proposer/Contact person

usability roadmap and sore points

Things about more inline editing, some areas that should/will be improved (eg. the relationship tab, wizard, admin area organisation...)
how to do usability studies on a shoestring, and talking about the convention for layout/html to make it easier to customise.
Non http interaction (email, chat/bot...)

Kyle Jaster, rayogram
Xavier Dutoit, Tech To The People

Advanced Ajax customisation

Leveraging the API to enhance the interface in a few lines of jQuery. Example of autocomplete fields in profile, duplicate check, one click status update...

Xavier Dutoit, Tech To The People

Single click donations - Nathan Kinkade, Creative Commons

Creative Commons has leveraged the existing CiviCRM script bin/ContributionProcessor.php to create a donation process that potentially involves only a single click on your site.  Other than the obvious benefit of reducing the clicks needed to donate at your site there are some other practical benefits of this process.  The topic is elaborated upon here: http://civicrm.org/node/660

Wes Morgan

CiviCase - Physician Health Program of BC

More details TBA

D D / demeritcowboy

Wikimedia Foundation: Tech Talk

After online contributions to the Wikimedia Foundation have been processed, $7.5 million during the last fundraiser alone, contact and contribution data is passed to CiviCRM.  It is the "fundraiser backend" for managing hundreds of thousands of contributor records and includes some interesting customizations.  Diana Montalion Dupuis (Four Kitchens) and Tomasz Finc (Wikimedia) will talk about how it works, the ongoing challenges, and prove that if Wikimedia can do it, so can you.

Diana Montalion Dupuis, Four Kitchens

Ask the Experts

Ask our panel of CiviCRM pros your most burning questions

Wes Morgan

Showcase of CiviCRM use for sustainability organizations

EcoTuesday.com, etc

Aaron Pava, CivicActions/EcoTuesday

Brainstorming a mobile strategy for CiviCRM

CiviCRM could be SO powerful on the mobile platform. An organized brainstorming discussion - smart people with good ideas and passionate about mobile technology and/or CiviCRM are encouraged to attend! What are some use cases we can envision? What are the different ways we can imagine those use cases being implemented? What can we do next? The output of this conversation will be recorded and posted to the CiviCRM site for further conversation/action. Let's make it mobile!

Ian Rhett, CivicActions

Stakeholder analysis with CiviCRM - proposed approach

More details TBA

Michał Mach, CiviCRM

CiviEvents, Templates and Drupal Views2

This session will cover how organizations can use CiviEvents, event templates and views to integrate civievents on their website, and also discuss potential extensions of civicrm and drupal cck to make this even more powerful.

Gregory Heller, CivicActions

Ignite CiviCon

This session will feature 10 5 minute Ignite talks (20 slides set to auto advance every 15 seconds) from 10 different presenters. Talk topics will be due march 21st and selected talks will be announced april 1st. Slide decks will be due April 18th. Learn more about Ignite at http://ignite.oreilly.com/

Gregory Heller, CivicActions

Growing the Eco-system

Open source projects thrive when there is a healthy eco-system to support them. What's working, what can be improved in CiviCRM's, and who wants to do it or collaborate on doing it? Some areas where we might be able to do better: online training videos; CiviCRM Voices podcasting about new features, interesting projects, and solutions to common problems; a commercial turnkey ASP offering, funding non-sexy core development (eg automated testing), ???

Joe Murray, JMA Consulting

CiviEngage

More Details TBA

Josue Guillen and Alice Aguilar, Progressive Technology Project

CiviSchool

Presentation and discussion on how CiviCRM can be used in education

Mari Tilos and Lobo

CiviCRM meetups

How to run the best possible CiviCRM trainings, developer camps, user camps, meet ups, conferences, etc.
We'll have a look at the resources that already exist, share examples and experiences of what works and what doesn't, work out what is missing and how we can make our events as easy as possible to organise and of maximum benefit to attendees

Michael McAndrew

Ignite proposals

Please contact gregory <at> civicactions <d0t> com

Session proposal guidelines

These are only guidelines - feel free to suggest any subjects and formats...

We want to cover as broad range of subjects and use cases as possible.  Our aim in these sessions is to talk about what folks are doing with CiviCRM, how you are using it, and the things you'd like to do in the future.  We're keen to steer away from training sessions at this event, but if you are interested in training, consider attending one of the two training events we are holding on the 18th (http://civicrm.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=25 or http://civicrm.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=31).

Subjects we'd like to cover include:

  • panels to discuss configuring and using CiviCRM in specific types of organizations / use cases (e.g. advocacy, art and culture, education, fund-raising, human services, membership associations)
  • hooks - walkthrough of a module which uses them
  • themeing - making your site look different than the standard CiviCRM design.
  • CiviMail best practice
  • Performance and hosting
  • Security
  • Tips and tricks for users - making the most out of CiviCRM's UI, short cuts and lesser known functionality
  • fundraising techniques with CiviContribute
  • the community - ideas for growing and strengthening
Étiquette
  • Aucun

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