event calandar plugin

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event calandar plugin

Post by youpi » Mon Oct 11, 2004 4:16 pm

someone can developp event calandar plugin ?

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Post by jhermanns » Mon Oct 11, 2004 7:48 pm

what's your point? what do you need the existing calendar plugin won't do? :-)

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Post by nohn » Tue Oct 12, 2004 9:16 am

it does'nt cover events ;) maybe i do some ical stuff... maybe...

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EVENTS TO GO! More definition looks good, adds meaning to it

Post by MidNiteRaver » Fri Jan 21, 2005 9:18 pm

I need something like this too, event calander. Right now I use iphpcalander. I have to FTP the ics files rather than use the Mozilla calander remotely, as my host doesn't have webdav, but that's not too bad.

An event calander similar to what iphpcalander offers would be a GREAT plug in.

And the Wiktionary and Wikipedia definition/meaning plug faeture I mentioned elsewhere would set me right.

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Post by tadpole » Sat Jan 22, 2005 3:08 am

If anyone else is searching for iphpcalendar, it's PHP iCalendar. It is GPL'd, but I'll look into creating our own--this could actually be useful for a site I'm doing for a client, so I can probably justify it to myself :)

No promises, but I'll look at it.

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Post by MidNiteRaver » Sat Jan 22, 2005 9:17 pm

Someone pinch me!

Great! If I knew more that the one line of PHP code I learnt so far I would offer help. But the onle line is just a hello world present, date and time.

Anyone know where I can access some FREE online PHP lessons 101, for someone who knows NO programming at all? A little html 101 and thats it.

I should have logged on to Serendipity LONG AGO!

Wait till I tell all my online friends :).

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