We love Open Source and our clients do too! We often hear from clients that you only will use open source software to build your websites and the advantages of having an open source community of developers and designers are undeniable.
That’s why everyone here at Schipul is super excited to announce we can now offer you a new open source option in addition to Drupal and WordPress open source website development and design with our open source release of our Tendenci CMS for NonProfit Websites.
Tendenci is the First Open Source CMS Made Just for Non-Profits!
The open source release of Tendenci is now available as part at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Francisco going on this week, April 3-5.
If you are at NTEN NTC 2012, come to the NetSquared Local Community Organizers #12NTC Beerside Chat tonight at Jasper’s. Come learn more about the event and come hang out with us in San Francisco this week!
Here’s photos of the nonprofit tech conference that our team of Schipulites attending NTEN’s NonProfit Technology Conference are shooting and sharing daily.
What Does This Mean for Current Schipul Clients?
Here are some links with information for our current clients to explain what this means for you and your website, and what open source software is:
Download, Deploy and Host Your Own Open Source NonProfit Website with Tendenci CMS
We have set-up a public repository on Github for Tendenci where you can access the software for those looking to host their own Tendenci website here: https://github.com/tendenci/tendenci/. The Tendenci CMS is written in the Python programming language within a Django framework.
Visit Tendenci.org for information and help with our open source CMS.
If you have additional questions, comments, concerns, etc. please don’t hesitate to contact us, or post them in the comments below.
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