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LDSTech Newsletter Archive

October 2008

With the addition of the LDSTech Wiki to the LDS Technology site, Church and community collaboration is expanding.


Site Update

 

  • The LDS Technology Site is growing.
  • 50% of visitors return within one day
  • 33.7% of visitors use Internet Explorer 7
  • 31.5% of visitors use Mozilla Firefox
  • 5.4% of visitors use Safari
  • 2.7% of visitor use Google Chrome Beta
  • 39.4% of referrals come from Google
  • 6% of referrals come from Joel Dehlin's blog
  • 5.2% of referrals come from LDS.org

The History of IT at the Church

Information technology is instrumental in furthering the mission of the Church. But even before the first computers, members envisioned a future where computers improve essential data processes for the Church and better the lives of others.

Visit LDSTech to read more of The History of IT at the Church.


Community Spotlight

Congratulations to RussellHltn, one of our community moderators, for surpassing 2,000 posts in the LDS Tech forum. Russell has been one of the most diligent members of the forum since the site was launched and does a fantastic job moderating, helping community members, and contributing to the projects.


Opportunities to Help

There are many ways you can volunteer your technical talents to build the Church. We are currently in need of graphic Web designers and developers to assist in the Home Teaching/Visiting Teaching Application Community Development Project. Please log in to the wiki to read more about this project and to see other exciting projects and announcements.

 

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