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The canonical explanation is that Civi comes from "civil society", ie " "aggregate of non-governmental organizations and institutions that manifest interests and will of citizens." Over the years, I've heard various other explanations, one is that Dave and Lobo are extremely polite borderline canadian, so when they built a crm, they wanted it civil. After ...


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I have also heard the 'civic sector' alternative, but I like the Scout story far better!


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What a site sends back to civicrm.org is just this: https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/506fffd478a7d322fbea786c35787c95a6dbe290/CRM/Utils/VersionCheck.php#L238-L240 name, enabled, version One thing to note at https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/506fffd478a7d322fbea786c35787c95a6dbe290/CRM/Utils/VersionCheck.php#L139 is that it's only sent ...


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Ah, turns out it just took a long time to get a confirmation email. Once I got that and clicked the link it allowed me to set a password.


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Make sure you're logged in to civicrm.org, find your extension's listing in the search, then on your extension page click the Edit tab. You can also edit the name, development status and description.


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