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WebEvent Publish

WebEvent Publish lets you publicize activities and post scheduling changes in real time. It allows visitors to filter events on the fly, submit events (subject to administrator approval), subscribe to calendars, and receive both reminders, and any changes that are made.

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  •  21 May 2002 18:55

    Release Notes: A submit access problem, startup screen miscount, timezone error, duplicate calendar names, Javascript bug on events spanning midnight, and several block view bugs have all been fixed.

    •  26 Nov 2001 16:52

      Release Notes: This version features a truly scalable interface and speed optimizations for larger sites. The ability to print to individual event listings was added. The timezone settings were fixed. SMTP email now conforms to the ISO standard for linefeeds. Event export was improved, and many more bugfixes were made.

      •  09 Nov 2001 05:09

        Release Notes: A scalable interface to enable support for over 100,000 users and calendars, a more powerful export function, modified HTML to be more compatible with older browsers, fixes for timezone issues, and easier/more powerful printing.

        •  16 Oct 2001 06:03

          Release Notes: MySQL database support, categories, custom field definitions, and timezone support added.

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