Category Archives: News
The support email list was down from March 31 till April 22, 2009. If your question didn’t get answered during those three weeks, please re-post it. Sorry about that.
[DOWNLOAD] I’ve just released v3.2.beta2. This is a BETA release, so don’t use it on critical sites. Give it a go, and tell me what you think. Changes This version contains only bug fixes since the last development release 3.2.beta1. … Continue reading
[DOWNLOAD] I’ve just released v3.2.beta1. This is a BETA release, so don’t use it on critical sites. Give it a go, and tell me what you think. Changes This version contains only bug fixes since the last development release 3.2.dev-02. … Continue reading
[DOWNLOAD] Version 3.1.4 is now available for download. Just a couple of minor fixes: Users with “Author” status can now create events. (Thanks to Morten Helmstedt for reporting this problem.) Fixed problems in IE7 with date-chooser on Write Post page. … Continue reading
If any of you are adventurous, then you could give my latest development version a spin. I’ve not tested it very thoroughly, but it all seems to be working. Changes are almost too many for me to list right now, … Continue reading
Congratulations to the recent community effort. Due to all your work, Event Calendar 3 now appears on the first page of “most popular plugins” at wordpress.org! That’s quite an accomplishment for a plugin that’s been hosted on WordPress.org for less … Continue reading
A 3.1.2 version of Event Calendar with Big Calendar support is now available at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/event-calendar/download/.
[DOWNLOAD] I’m pleased to announce the release of Event Calendar version 3.1.2. This new release adds support for the upcoming WordPress 2.7, and a database upgrader for those coming from very old 3.0.x versions. Event Calendar is stable software that … Continue reading
Active discussions about the future of Event-Calendar are happening in the mailing list. If you’re interested, or can contribute as a programmer or documentation person, join in. You also might want to cruise through the mailing list archives. If … Continue reading