The Discourse Events Integration Plugin (DEIP) lets you integrate calendars, event discovery, event ticketing, event management and events from social network events Discourse. It currently supports the following service providers
Any other calendaring, event discovery, event ticketing, event management or social network can be integrated. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
How does it work?
The DEIP works with the event service providers you’re already using. When you create events in a provider like Google Calendar, Eventbrite or Meetup, the DEIP lets you automatically integrate those events into your Discourse community. That means you can schedule in your calendar, run ticketing in Eventbrite, publicise on Meetup.com and discuss on your Discourse.
Here’s a little intro to the functionality I’ve made for the beta
Learn more about getting started with the DEIP here
And read more about the plugin in the documentation
This plugin will be merged into the Events Plugin for it’s final release.
We’ll be applying the same subscription model (free for communities, plans for businesses) used for the Custom Wizard Plugin to the unified Events Plugin.
I’m giving an overview of the event data model we developed as part of the research behind this plugin at the CalConnect conference in Nottingham (UK), next week. The main folks involved in the development of calendaring standards at the IETF will be there, so it should be interesting
Thanks again Pavilion team,
I find it not so obvious to connect to an iCal provider that is nor google and outlook (in my case, our own nextcloud). Documentation seems to be truncated on paragraph iCalendar
iCalendar providers don’t require any authentication, so you can just add one by selecting “icalendar”, giving it a name and saving the provider. If you’re integrating multiple
Were there more instructions ?
I don’t understand why the link providing the ics file ( http://[DOMAIN-NAME]/remote.php/dav/calendars/[USER]/[CALENDAR-URI]/?export[e.g.]) does not work ( Finished importing from ***. Retrieved 0 events, created 0 events and updated 0 events.)