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#TOC2014: A workshop for webmanagers from nonprofit organisations, with a twist

Jun 17th, 2014 | By
#TOC2014: A workshop for webmanagers from nonprofit organisations, with a twist

Online media is becoming increasingly important for any company, organisation or institute. If you don’t have an online presence, you don’t exist. Social media, websites, online data repositories, intranets, mobile technologies- all make our “online publishing” diverse and exciting. Today’s fast-paced online technology in an interactive and inter-connected world also means that “the work is (…)

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Wanted: Facebook API – guru advice

Sep 25th, 2012 | By
Wanted: Facebook API – guru advice

At the Consortium of Agricultural Research Centers (CGIAR), we’re looking for some advice from Facebook API-gurus. We would like you to tell us if this crazy idea is possible, and how to go about developing it: Here’s the story: Simply said, CGIAR is a group of nonprofit agricultural research centers and projects. Many of these (…)

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Wanted: Drupal developer to implement a mobile theme

Jan 1st, 2012 | By
Wanted: Drupal developer to implement a mobile theme

Update: Thanks to everyone who helped. I have now identified a developer! One of my websites, Humanitarian News, runs on Drupal 6. I’d like to implement a mobile theme on it, to make browsing from a mobile device easier and faster. I am looking for a Drupal developer who can implement a very simple and (…)

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How to win the religious war on CMS’es?

Jun 23rd, 2011 | By
How to win the religious war on CMS’es?

“I need a website for my organisation”, people tell me, “which software should I use?”. I answer with an other question: “I want to buy a car. Which car should I choose?” The choice of a car depends on what you want to do with it: You need to go off-road? Transport goods? Race? Drive (…)

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