At CivicActions, we promote free and open source software. The Google Summer of Code initiative presents an opportunity to help create new participants and enhance the free software produced by open source development communities. As such, I have agreed to serve as a mentor for several Drupal-based projects.
It’s time to evolve Continuous Integration beyond technical problem solving into a practice based on serving those we build the tools for. Continuous Integration is ready to undergo the transformation needed for broader adoption, that it may reach its full potential.
CivicActions is excited to be both attending and presenting at Stanford Drupal Camp 2016 for the first time on April 1-2, 2016 in Stanford, California. We’ve prepared a list of sessions that we think will be exceptional and you won’t want to miss!
At CivicActions, it’s not just about the bottom line: it’s about promoting happy and balanced individuals that make up a community where everyone feels safe, valued, and enjoys working and learning together.
By Iris Ibekwe|
2016-08-05T04:56:44+00:00 March 2nd, 2016|
Since Drupal powers a large (and growing) number of federal websites, it was a no-brainer for CivicActions to start thinking of how to port the U.S web design standards into Drupal themes. We started planning a CivicActions Labs project to build a Drupal 7 theme based on the styleguide.
By Steve Curtis|
2016-08-23T02:24:34+00:00 February 24th, 2016|
A group of us at CivicActions recently sat down to hold a frank discussion about life as part of a distributed team. What did each of us find marvelous or fulfilling about this arrangement for our work? In what ways did this arrangement fall far short of marvelous or fulfilling? And how could we, as individuals or a distributed organization as a whole, work to make this arrangement better for everyone?
By Aaron Pava|
2016-08-07T04:23:34+00:00 November 25th, 2015|
Recently, Henry and I attended the Mindful Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. This three-day event was attended by more than 750 business leaders focused on cultivating self-awareness, compassion, and authentity. Below are my top take-aways and reflections from the event.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of CivicActions Labs, an initiative to provide our team with sanctioned time outside of project work to innovate and design products that will streamline our workflow and improve our practices.