Improve Website Permissions and Relationships
Website Permissions Should be more fine grained like the post blog, post case study: set up new permissions post job etc.
I think given access to the test site, I could set these permissions up in a sensible way for evaluation.
Org Management Partner orgs will have some turnover of staff and should be able to manage this without diverting valuable CT resources to make changes to relationships etc. I can view my own record in civi and my employer, but I can’t see the contact records of my co-employees. It would be useful to have the ability to manage my team, adding new members so that their contributions to the project are recorded and removing those ex-employees that should no longer be able to view e.g. our event participants.
Even better would be the ability to set permissions for those contacts so that I can say give Jo the ability to post events though not add blogs, and Sam the ability to post blogs and case studies, but not manage events.
Circle have a custom module that can could address some of this with minor further work.
Event Management It’s beneficial to have people set up events and get the participants logged on civicrm.org as this increases the potential pool for Conferences and Camps. I can add an event but can’t view any of the participants except my own contact! I also can't see any participants of other events my org is running: there is no permission to allow me to see only participants in my own events and I don't (and probably shouldn't) have view all contacts. I suggest we set up views (?) to show at least my events but preferably my org’s events and participants in those events. It would be useful if I could also see attendees of events posted by other people in my organisation so we can have more than one person involved. Ideally I should be able to send mail to people who have registered for my events. At least I should be able to get their contact details to send out further communication through email prior to / after events.