Author Topic: CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany  (Read 3550 times)

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CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany
« on: April 12, 2010, 07:35:37 am »
We at Oxfam Germany, a NGO that tries to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice, are searching for a skilled CiviCRM and Drupal developer based in Berlin, Germany.

Your job would be to work on the further development of our new website http://www.oxfam.de. Part of your job would be bug-fixing, creating a multi-user-blog-system and to make use of all the functionality of CiviCRM for our actions, fundraising, and mailings.

We would like to establish a service agreement of 10h per week until the end of the year.

You can contact me via skype (r.duerhager) or via profile.

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Re: CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2010, 08:38:44 am »
Hi there - I am not a civi developer but am also in charge of a drupal/civi site, and am based in Berlin. It would be great to touch base and see if we can support each other.

The site I am talking about: http://kabissa.org

Roadmap being developed at http://roadmap.kabissa.org

Cheers,

Tobias
Kabissa - Space for Change in Africa http://kabissa.org

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Re: CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany
« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2010, 10:34:42 am »
Hello, we are not based in Berlin but in The Netherlands. Perhaps we could team up, our exertise is mainly CiviCRM?
Consultant/project manager at EEatWork and CiviCooP (http://www.civicoop.org/)

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Re: CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany
« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2010, 07:30:36 am »
Awesome - send me an email to http://kabissa.org/connect and send me your coordinates.

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Re: CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany
« Reply #4 on: April 28, 2010, 07:11:26 am »
hi tobias,
we are in Brummen (The Netherlands), contact me on hommel@ee-atwork.nl
Consultant/project manager at EEatWork and CiviCooP (http://www.civicoop.org/)

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Re: CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany
« Reply #5 on: April 29, 2010, 12:52:47 am »
thanks Erik - I have been in touch via email.

Kabissa needs to start looking at upgrading and improving our CiviCRM powered community website, and we are looking for partners to help us with this. An existing interest in developing the functionality we need, track record and example sites to refer to would be essential.. see our Drupal/CiviCRM site at http://kabissa.org and our issue tracker at http://roadmap.kabissa.org/projects/kabissa (filter issues by CiviCRM category).

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Tobias
Kabissa - Space for Change in Africa http://kabissa.org

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Re: CiviCRM / Drupal developer in Berlin, Germany
« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2013, 12:19:37 am »
Hey!

We are CiviCRM Drupal developers in Atlanta & San Francisco area. We offer drupal module and theme development services all over the world. Please contact us with your requirement on 404-788-6332
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