After a long hiatus, i have released an update to the SuperCali PHP Event Calendar. Version 1.0.8 is a maintenance release to fix errors from depreciated ereg and ereg_replace functions, as well as fix a security issue with the show_event.php page.
I realized that SuperCali had unfortunately turned into “abandonware,” as I kept putting the script to the back burner as I was addressing current projects. I’m sorry for this. I will endeavor to keep the script current and/or see it’s transition to other avenues where the code will enjoy wider support.
One of the key headaches of managing SuperCali was the support forum, which despite my best efforts, was overcome by spam. Thus, for now, if you have any general questions, suggestions or bug reports, please post them in the comments below. If you have a specific issue, please feel free to contact me from the SuperCali Contact Form.
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About Dana Hutchins
Dana is founder of Inforest Communications and has over fifteen years of Web design and development experience. Dana is involved in all aspects of business development and marketing of the firm, including serving as primary consultant on Internet and Web strategy to Inforest clients. His Web development responsibilities are primarily focused on writing custom modules,themes and plugins to make Drupal and WordPress sites run and look better. He also writes custom Web applications that have been used in online calendaring, e-commerce and surveys.
Dana’s favorite programming acronyms are PHP, MySQL, CSS3, HTML5 and jQuery. However, what really gets him excited is the opportunity to use these tools to build Web sites that solve business needs and create new opportunities for his clients.