Events and the calendar used to be an integral part of the Geeklog core code, but have been moved to a plugin as of Geeklog 1.4.1.
The calendar's configuration can be changed from the Configuration admin panel:
|calendarloginrequired||0||When set to 1, only registered users can access the calendar
Please note that
|hidecalendarmenu||0||Whether to hide the "Calendar" entry from Geeklog's menu bar (when set to 1) or to show it (when set to 0).|
|personalcalendars||0||Allow account holders to have a personal calendar|
|eventsubmission||1||Whether events submitted by users will have to be approved by an admin first (when set = 1) or show up immediately (when set = 0).|
|showupcomingevents||1||Whether to show upcoming events (0 = no, 1 = yes) in a separate block.|
|upcomingeventsrange||14||Number of days that the "Upcoming Events" block will look ahead.|
|hour_mode||12||Which format to use when submitting or editing an event. Can be 12 (for
the 12 hours am/pm format) or 24 (for the 24 hours format).
Uses the same value as $_CONF['hour_mode'] by default.
|event_types||Anniversary, Appointment, Birthday, Business, Education, Holiday, Meeting, Miscellaneous, Personal, Phone Call, Special Occasion, Travel, Vacation||The set of event types that are used both on the public calendar and the user's personal calendar.|
|notification||0||Whether to send an email notification when a new event was submitted for
the site's calendar (when set to = 1) or not (when set to = 0).
No notification is ever sent for events in personal calendars.
|delete_event||0||Defines what to do when a user is deleted that is the owner of an event. When set to 0, all events owned by the deleted user will be assigned to a user of the "Root" group (e.g. the site admin). When set to 1, the events are deleted. This only applies to site events - a user's personal events are always deleted.|
|aftersave||'list'||Which page to go to after an event has been saved:
Please note that some of the options from Geeklog's main configuration are also relevant for the calendar plugin:
The Calendar Plugin provides one autotag,
[event:]. You can use this autotag to link to an event in the
calendar without having to type out the URL. Simply add the event's ID after
the colon. It will then create a link to that event and use the event's title
as the link text. Alternatively, you can add your own link text after the ID
(but before the closing bracket).
For example, on geeklog.net:
[event:20090805065311513]will be translated to:
<a href="http://www.geeklog.net/calendar/event.php?eid=20090805065311513">FrOSCon - Free and Open Source Software Conference</a>
[event:20090805065311513 FrOSCon 2009]will be translated to:
<a href="http://www.geeklog.net/calendar/event.php?eid=20090805065311513">FrOSCon 2009</a>