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Timestamp:
11/04/12 20:21:33 (18 months ago)
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minor readme modification

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  • minimalistic-event-manager/trunk/mem.php

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    22/* 
    33Plugin Name: Minimalistic Event Manager 
    4 Plugin URI: http://dreamproduction.net 
     4Plugin URI: https://github.com/ms-studio/minimalistic-event-manager/ 
    55Description: The plugin allows to add event dates (start dates, end dates) to posts (and to custom post types). 
    66Version: 1.0 
    7 Author: Dan Stefancu, Vlad Socaciu, Manuel Schmalstieg 
     7Author: Dan Stefancu, Manuel Schmalstieg 
    88Author URI: http://dreamproduction.net 
    99 
  • minimalistic-event-manager/trunk/readme.txt

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    1616The MEM plugin offers a clean interface that allows to add event dates (start dates, end dates, repeating dates) to posts (and to any custom post type). 
    1717 
    18 The main features: 
     18= The main features = 
    1919 
    2020* Dates can be attached to any post type: Posts, Pages, Custom Post Types... (optionally, they can be restricted to specific content types). 
    2121* Dates can be of three types: start dates, end dates, repeating dates. 
    22 * There is no mandatory date format: Time, Day, and Month are optional. An event date could be "January 1969", or just "1969". 
     22* There is no mandatory date format: Time, Day, and Month are optional. An event date could be "January 2046", or just "2046". 
    2323 
    2424= What the plugin doesn't do = 
     
    6666= There are hundreds of plugins doing exactly this — why a new one? = 
    6767 
    68 All the plugins I tested are more complicated than needed. I tried many of them. I think that my concept is more simple, more robust and more flexible. :)  
     68All the date management plugins we tested are more complicated than needed. we tried many of them. we think that our concept is more simple, more robust and more flexible. :)  
    6969 
    7070= Can I find you on GitHub? = 
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