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dreadnaut

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Track calendar feed
« on: March 06, 2020, 06:29:14 PM »
Here's an experimental calendar that should work with whatever calendar application you use.

For example:
- in Google Calendar, under "Other calendars", choose "Add by URL" - http://zak.stunts.hu/track.ical
- on Mac / iOS, try with this link track.ical
- other calendar programs, subscribe to http://zak.stunts.hu/track.ical

The feed updates with the dates for the current track:
- the start day (no time specified)
- the end of the public days (event one hour before the end)
- the start of the quiet days
- the end of the race (event one hour before the end)

All events are in the Stunts timezone, which means your calendar application should translate them in your local time!

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Re: Track calendar feed
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2020, 09:50:25 PM »
OMG, probably the most useful stuff of the last 10 years!

Unfortunately it would not help me. My (free)timetable is determined mainly by a 1.5 years old perpetuum mobile. :D
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Re: Track calendar feed
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2020, 11:06:00 PM »
Does she not fall asleep with the relaxing sound of Stunts engines?  ;D

OMG, probably the most useful stuff of the last 10 years!

Yeah, it's been a long time coming, sorry. Almost as much as the permanent competition revival... :(

If you have any other suggestions for ways to keep pipsqueaks up to date and on time, let me know though, I think it's an area where we need to improve.

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Re: Track calendar feed
« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2020, 12:45:29 AM »
If you have any other suggestions for ways to keep pipsqueaks up to date and on time, let me know though, I think it's an area where we need to improve.

Bump ;)