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Version 2.0 was released on April 23rd, 2007. It is a great, free PHP event calendar that is made by one of our own Neowinians. I highly suggest you take it for a spin.

iZeit is an easy to use online PHP calendar. Key features offered by iZeit include: Multiple Views

* Categories for different events.

* Multiple users with their own login, password and customisable settings.

* Easy integration with other pages.

* Popup information shown when you mouse over an event.

* Customisable views and filters, to show items occurring on the same day, week, month or year.

* Support for recurring events.

* Export to the iCal format.

* No database needed!

* Simple, user friendly control panel to make customization and management easy.

* Translations into Dutch, Turkish, Simplified Chinese, Czech, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Danish and German.

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Changes:

* Added To-Do List

* Moved add event form to a javascript popup which is accessible from all pages.

* Added per-user categories. Users can now manage their own categories.

* Added option to show public events or hide them.

* Changed allocation of language constants. A much smaller set of constants is loaded now, which should improve loading time.

* Changed buttons to display correctly in Internet Explorer.

* Updated category view.

* Fixed bug with date validation.

* Fixed default calendar settings page not saving updates.

* Fixed ?all categories? checkbox.

* Fixed bug with edit button in internet explorer when a language other than English was selected.

* Fixed checkbox to toggle all categories.

* Updated iCal export to work with foreign languages.

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Things that I'd be interested in:

One: Can I set this up on my website, configure it in Lightning, and publish events to it from Thunderbird? Or does someone need to write an extension for that first?

Two: Can this sync itself with data from other calendars (like Google calendars, for example.)?

Three: Is there an easy way to use this as some sort of Wordpress plugin so that the two can be integrated with each other to allow me to run this inside of Wordpress?

I'm trying to find a future way to simplify my scheduling. My desire is to use Thunderbird when I'm at my computer and some web interface when I'm at someone else's computer and have access to all of my calendar information from either location. It'd be cool if it could also grab other iCal feeds from teh Intarweb (and cooler still if it could log into my Google Calendars and get the list of all of the calendars I've already added there.)

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thats pretty sweet.. but i do prefer to do my own scripting.. but i will recommend this if anyone asks!

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I'm already sold on this calendar, but what would make it PERFECT for me is the ability to sync and update with Rainlendar. I dont know if something like that is even possible...

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Pretty nice web-based application... I don't really see the need for me personally, because even when I started using iCal, it lasted 2 months. I have my school agenda, and that's pretty much all I need.

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I'm already sold on this calendar, but what would make it PERFECT for me is the ability to sync and update with Rainlendar. I dont know if something like that is even possible...

there are some things like that, just look around on the R.L forums

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Things that I'd be interested in:

One: Can I set this up on my website, configure it in Lightning, and publish events to it from Thunderbird? Or does someone need to write an extension for that first?

Two: Can this sync itself with data from other calendars (like Google calendars, for example.)?

Three: Is there an easy way to use this as some sort of Wordpress plugin so that the two can be integrated with each other to allow me to run this inside of Wordpress?

I'm trying to find a future way to simplify my scheduling. My desire is to use Thunderbird when I'm at my computer and some web interface when I'm at someone else's computer and have access to all of my calendar information from either location. It'd be cool if it could also grab other iCal feeds from teh Intarweb (and cooler still if it could log into my Google Calendars and get the list of all of the calendars I've already added there.)

^ I am pretty sure it can import iCal feeds but the other ones you would have to ask Echilon about (sorry).

iZeit can export to iCal, but not import from it yet. It might be something I'll add in the next release. The blog plugin will let you display a calendar inside wordpress.

'Lightning' isn't something I've heard of. What is it?

Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I'm spending all of my time developing the first version of LiveZeit, a hosted version of iZeit, but once I'm done I'll get to work adding the features suggested.

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Lightning is an extension for Thunderbird that adds a calendar.

It's available here:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/2313

And there's another extension that lets you modify your Google Calendar data, though not everything works yet:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/4631

I would imagine that in order for Thunderbird to add things to a remote calendar, more info would be needed, which I'm guessing is why the ability to modify the Google calendar is a separate extension.

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