7 April 2009 - 10:44amUpdate: Google Calendar Feed Parser

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I was just looking through some old posts and came across this one that was a follow up to my release of the Google Calendar Feed Parser plugin for WordPress.  At that point (about 2 weeks after the release), I’d had my plugin downloaded 50 times.  I thought that was amazing and it felt pretty neat to know that people were actually using something I made.

Inspired by reading that just now, I decided to check and see the status of my plugin as of today… about 10 months since the release.  I’m really excited to report that it has been downloaded 1,315 times.  Maybe this summer I’ll have some free time to do some more work on the plugin (add a few missing features and fix some bugs).

5 Comments | Categories: COSI, General


  1. Sheril Jebasingh says;
    07 Apr 2009 - 12:52pm |

    Does your plugin works well with the latest version of WordPress (2.7.1)? Nice Plugin. Thanks!

  2. Justin says;
    07 Apr 2009 - 2:35pm |

    Yes, the plugin should work fine in 2.7.1. If you have any issues, they may be related to your web host preventing the use of file_get_contents to get a URL. If that’s the case, please see the comments on this post for more information or check the information posted here. I hope it works well for you!

  3. Hi there,
    does the feed parser handle all the sorts of recurring events?
    Not all parsers seem to.

  4. I really need help. I have downloaded your plugin, and can not figure out how to use it. Would you be able to please help me? I have searched for acouple of days and I am unable to find directions.. WordPress is still new to me and I really need the help, as this is for my business.


  5. Justin says;
    18 Aug 2009 - 8:53pm |


    You can find directions on how to use the plugin on my blog at http://jmbennett.org/2008/06/21/google-calendar-feed-parser/ . Everything you need should be there. Let me know if you have any more questions.


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