How to use the phpList community project managment tool

Our community project management tool, initially for use by the Documentation Team as they write a new manual, is a WordPress plugin with features such as Milestones, Task Lists and a Calendar. This plugin will help us to collaborate on large projects. To access it you need to have an account on community.phpList.com If you… [+]

Free phpList Helps Open Funding

phpList helps Free Culture Crowd Funding site communicate with the community. In January, GnuPG became the first to take us up on our offer of free phpList hosted for Free Software projects. Another fascinating project enjoying this perk is Open Funding.  Anna, the phpList community Manager, is on a mission to find out who they… [+]

The Open Source city rolls out phpList

The City of Munich adopts phpList phpList passes government technical and security tests with flying colours It’s more than 10 years since the city of Munich in Germany voted to use Free Software. Their ambitious plans to move from Microsoft Windows to Gnu/Linux based Ubuntu are now complete [1]. Yet the technological needs of the… [+]

A cracking good sprint

Our first API hackathon is winding up – here is what we did. A huge thanks to everyone who came! Sam Tuke did a great write up on his blog here. Six unit tests pushed to @PHPList‘s revamped API plugin today. Working with @bjwebb67, @annafjmorris, and @mdethmers https://t.co/kESJ6GBefu — Sam Tuke (@samtuke) June 15, 2014… [+]

Doing the API sprint – 14th-15th of June, 2014.

Doing the API sprint… This weekend there is an API hackathon (which will be superfun for all to be sure) where some phpList users and developers, including some of the Open Funding crowd, are going to spend some time improving the phpList API. Here are the instructions on how to join in: Where to meet… [+]