[pmwiki-users] date on main page
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Sat Dec 3 02:49:03 CST 2016
You may want to have a look at
I am using it in our 'Linux-020 Amsterdam' page at http://linux.kropveld.net
PLEventList not not a plugin (php-script), it is just a clever use op
Page Text Variables. Each event is on a single page in a special group.
You can create a script that adds pmwiki-pages, one for each coming event.
Linux-020 is a monthly walk-in in Amsterdam where we help people to
start using Linux.
Op 03-12-16 om 07:22 schreef jdd:
> My Linux User group have pmwiki as main web site
> We have meeting every two weeks, always.
> I would like to keep anoucing the next meeting on the main page
> automatically ("Next meeting on Saturday XXXXX, from 14:00 to 18:00" for
> I did a similar thing many years ago on this page
> (right top date) with a cron job to an html page
> but it's really crude and probably not fitted for pmwiki
> what could be the best way?
> for example, we have a meeting on December 10 one and after that any
> other saturday
> this script
> for i in $(seq 0 20); do semaine=$((2*i)); date -d "20131228 $semaine
> week" +'* %A %d %B %Y'; done
> is used to fill (manually) the meeting page:
> any idea?
> the server is openSUSE/Linux one and I'm the server admin
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