jkwiat at netsync.net
Thu Oct 13 12:08:43 PDT 2011
I won't recommend it :-( but our website's "Calendar" link points to a
Google Doc spreadsheet. Ugly as all get out, does not match the website
theme, BUT the
non-geeks who do booking can find the right cell and put the information in.
I'm looking at ways to harvest the information and put it into something a
little more pretty, but our website is stuck back in the 1980's (static
HTML, and no stylesheets), and I have reason to believe our officers like
On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 2:55 PM, Lisa Sieverts <lisa at lisasieverts.com>wrote:
> Hi there web folks,
> I want to talk about calendars! Yes, I do.
> Specifically, how various folks post their dance calendar on their site,
> and whether your calendar is shared with others.
> At Monadnock Folklore (http://www.monadnockfolk.org), we use WordPress and
> a plug-in called Event Calendar. It has the advantage of using the ICAL
> standard (nothing to do with Apple). which means that other local groups can
> use our "feed." See http://monadnockartsalive.org/content/local-events as
> an example.
> I wonder about a national contra dance calendar hub, accepting feeds from
> everywhere. Call me a dreamer!
> What do others do?
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