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Enlist is an open source and free application that aims to help non-profits organize volunteers, track volunteer hours and management volunteer rewards.

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Introduction

Enlist started in early 2011 as the feature HackFest project at the OpenCF Summit 2011 conference in Dallas, TX. The OCFS HackFest aimed to build a functional application that could be leveraged by non-profit organizations to better manage and track everything to do with volunteers.

The idea came forth after Peter Farrell volunteered for a Team Ortho event and noticed that all volunteer hours were being tracked on spreadsheets. These spreadsheets were used to generate volunteer reward "bones" (points) in which volunteers could use to enter Team Ortho race events or purchase running gear.

Team Ortho's mission is to improve and enhance the lives of orthopaedic patients through our commitment to supporting research, education, and advancements in orthopaedic technology; and to promote good muscular, skeletal, and joint health by encouraging an active lifestyle including training for and participating in amateur athletic events.

Team Enlist would like to send a special thanks to the following individuals that helped us produce Enlist by providing feedback, testing nightly / release candidate builds, test cases / application or finding defects (in no particular order):

  • Peter Farrell
  • Kurt Wiersma
  • Matt Woodward
  • Curt Gratz
  • Joseph Lamoree
  • Peter Moloney
  • Jamie Krug
  • Ryan Stille
  • Andrew Leaf
  • Jason Blum
  • Dave Shuck
  • Adam Presley
  • Ilya Fedotov
  • Brian Hegeman
  • Sean Corfield
  • Aaron Terry
  • Jeffrey Borisch

A special thanks for people who have contributed to documentation on our wiki:

  • Mike Henke
  • Curt Gratz
  • Adam Presley
  • Jason Blum
  • Kurt Wiersma
  • Peter Farrell
  • Matt Woodward
  • Jeffrey Borisch

This list is by no means a complete list of people Team Enlist would like to thank. If you participated by filing a defect, patch, enhancement and have been inadvertently left of this list, we're so sorry we forgot you. You're efforts have not been forgotten and please consider yourself thanked!


License

Enlist is released under the GPL v3.0 license. You can use Enlist on any commercial application as long as you abide by the license. For more details, please see the NOTICE, LICENSE and COPYING files that are shipped with the package.

The software in this package is distributed under the GNU General Public License (with a special exception described below). The term "library" is a reference to the entire Enlist package and all files in which the GNU General Public License applies.

Enlist - Volunteer Management Software
Copyright (C) 2012 GreatBizTools, LLC

This program is free software: you can redistribute 
it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General 
Public License as published by the Free Software 
Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
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This program is distributed in the hope that it 
will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without 
even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS 
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public 
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Linking this library statically or dynamically with 
other modules is making a combined work based on this 
library.  Thus, the terms and conditions of the GNU 
General Public License cover the whole combination.

Enlist's documentation and logos are not licensed under the GPL v3.0 license:

Copyright 2011 GreatBizTools, LLC All rights reserved.

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