Event posts vs Calendar events

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    Korov’ev
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    Something I thought about while writing the AGM post:

    With the old site each event had an associated post, as the way the Drupal calendar works, posts are calendar events (more or less).

    With the new site, calendar events and event posts are two separate entities, so there can be one, the other, or both. Usually the text is the same, but not necessarily so. Posts update the RSS feed, while events update the Upcoming Events widget.

    So, do you feel that each event should be accompanied by a post? Would it be possible to produce a second feed from the Upcoming Events widget, and if so, would that be a better option?

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    Nev’yn
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    Well, I’ll be honest, I didn’t know there was a difference between the two. That being said, to be frank, I haven make up any kind of event posting since we switched to the new site.

    I’m hoping to get “back into the habit”, sometime soon…Until then, I’ll let da’ the tech peeps figure out the way we should go from here.

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    Marten
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    On the topic of the event calendar, it appears I lack the ability to edit it. If I could get access then I could fix it myself. Or, someone else could correct my event… message me directly and I’ll provide details . 🙂 I’ve updated my email address on the site to be my Gmail account, in case that is needed.

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