One of our goals in the development of the Open Outreach distribution has been to create a community of users in which groups can assist other groups, resources can be pooled for adding new...
If you've been following Open Outreach development, you may know that we've been partnering with Praxis Labs to develop a managed hosting service for Open...
While larger groups may decide to opt for third-party spam control, we were looking for ways to make Open Outreach sites better-protected.
I just recently had my first look at using simplytest.me to spin up an Open Outreach site that could be used for evaluation purposes. And it’s fabulous.
With this release (1.3), Open Outreach now includes sample content. We’re hoping that this will make it even easier for users new to Open Outreach and Drupal to get going with a new site.
Read the documentation pages. They have been written specifically for non-technical users, so they should be easy to get through.
After almost three years of working on the Open Outreach project, we're delighted (and relieved) to announce the first, full stable release.
As the developers and maintainers of Open Outreach, we’re curious to see who is using the distribution to further their website building efforts.
This release candidate (RC10) updates Open Outreach to include a Drupal core security release and a follow-up Drupal core release (7.21).
Also of note:
openoutreach.org has just been updated so you can see our new theme, Outreach, in action. This will give you a better idea of how your site will look with our new default theme.
Release candidate 9--issued February 6--includes the latest Drupal core security update, as well as updates to the Administration menu module and Entity registration module.
A new release of Open Outreach--RC7-- is available as of December 7, 2012. The release includes updates to many modules as well as Drupal core.
We've pushed this week to meet our deadline of an October 19th release.
The new release of Open Outreach - RC5 - includes two significant new features that ramp up the scope of what nonprofit users get out of the box.
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