LDSTech Conference questions and help
This page lists the persons you should contact if you have questions related to community projects.
|General email@example.com. Alternatively, post your question on Twitter with #ldstech in your tweet.|
|LDSTech Conference||Alan Smoot, Tim Riker, Tom Johnson|
|Media inquiries||ICS Communications|
|Church service firstname.lastname@example.org|
|New community projects||Alan Smoot, Tim Riker|
|LDSTech blog||Tom Johnson|
|LDSTech wiki||Alan Brown, Tom Johnson|
|LDSTech forum||RussellHltn, Alan Brown, Mikerowaved|
|Project leaders for specific projects||Click Projects, and then click the Projects subtab. Browse to the project you want and click the project name. See the person listed as the Project Manager & Contact.|
|iOS mobile apps||Stephan Heilner|
|Android mobile apps||Nathan Dickamore|
|Blackberry mobile apps||Hal Rushton|
During regular business hours, many of us are on the #ldstech channel on IRC.
Local unit application questions
If you have a question about a local unit application, such as calendar, directory, maps, MLS, or a similar local unit product, post your question on the LDSTech Forum. The Church's IT department is a large organization, with many different teams and groups. Your best chance for getting help with a local unit application is to post it in the appropriate subforum in the LDSTech Forum, which various teams monitor.
Ideas for Church apps
Many times community members have good ideas for Church apps and want to pitch the idea to Church employees. Other times community members have already created apps that they want to donate to the Church. You can share your ideas or apps on the Sharing ideas for Church projects page.
If the idea or app has merit, we'll forward it to the appropriate department (for example, Missionary, Welfare, Public Affairs, and so on). Keep in mind that almost all projects that the LDSTech community works on are sponsored by departments other than the IT department. If the right department sponsors the project, the idea could become an official LDSTech project.