I have been completely unsatisfied with all of the calendar plugins that I have tried. None do a good job on the usability front.
So, I will be building my own calendar plugin. It’ll be a fresh look at calendaring in WordPress.
I need your thoughts and ideas. I would like this to be the most easy-to-use plugin you have seen. I want you to say, “Wow. That was fun to use.” As such, I will be focusing on usability with the initial release. The core plugin will create a calendar entry with the following 5 pieces of data:
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