Ashbourne Sprint 2023 - workshops
This is a list of proposed talks/workshops to happen at the Ashbourne Sprint in the UK in December 2023.
If you'd like to offer to organise a workshop please feel free to add it to the list.
|Welcome to the sprint||@ayduns and @gibsonoliver||Fri eve||Everyone||Get everyone familiar with the venue and how the sprint will work|
|Introduction for first timers||@ayduns and @gibsonoliver||Sat morning||First time sprint attendees||More details on how the sprint works and how participants can get involved|
|Discussion: Remote CiviCRM Forms with oEmbed and iFrames||@JoeMurray||Integrators and developers||As CiviCRM standalone becomes a viable option again, what are the pros, cons and next steps to using oEmbed and/or iFrames to integrate external forms/pages with arbitrary remote websites?|
|Spec for APIv4 for Order and Payment||@JoeMurray||Developers who maintain core code relating to contributions, memberships and events. Maintainers of payment processing integrations. Other extension developers whose code may want to create, modify or view orders or payments.|
|Do we need a new style automated 1-click-CiviCRM-deployment-thingy? Planning call...||@Detlev||Monday, 4th December 2023, 15:00 UTC Join us at: LINK BBB Digitalcourage||Hand on heart: You have to be quite a techie to install and maintain CiviCRM. And service providers who have to take care of many instances, have therefore developed their own solutions. Ansible, Docker, Aegir, BuildKit, Spark - we're not starting from scratch, but so far there is no such thing as a common best practice for setting up a CiviCRM hosting infrastructure. The German CiviCRM community has now received funding ($100k) to continue working on this topic. Together with the international community we want to work on a common solution to simplify the installation process of CiviCRM. We have funds for conception and community work, but also for specific programming tasks - and we want to use these funds as effectively as possible for the benefit of all of us. As a kick-off, we are planning a workshop at the Sprint in Ashbourne/Manchester on Monday, December 4, 2023, 15:00 UTC: We will present our project and discuss with you how the deployment of CiviCRM should be improved. We want to exchange existing experiences and approaches in the automation of installation processes. Anyone interested in working on this project or having input is welcome to join the hybrid talk. Please send any queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org|
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