I would welcome collaboration on this with anyone else, esp. anyone with lots of CiviCRM Views experience and examples -- that would nicely compliment the Webform stuff.
CiviCRM already has lots of tools for use by back-office staff. This session will explore existing and emerging ways of using CiviCRM to interact with the public.
- Use webforms to collect all kinds of info from your constituents
- Share your data with the world using Views
- Examples and ideas
- Tips and tricks
- Common pitfalls
- The custom code option
- What's next?
NOTE: Coleman Watts will cover this material in collaboration with Matt Chapman in the "CiviCRM for Drupal Developers" session.