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06/11/2015 08:38:38 PM (9 years ago)
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iandunn
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Central Theme: Add Keeping Track of Upcoming WordCamps to Schedule.

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  • sites/trunk/wordcamp.org/public_html/wp-content/themes/wordcamp-central-2012/template-schedule.php

    r1110 r1658  
    6464                <?php endif; // wcpt_has_wordcamps ?>
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     66                <h2>Keeping Track of Upcoming WordCamps</h2>
     67
     68                <p>In addition to the list above, there are a few other ways you can keep track of upcoming WordCamps:</p>
     69
     70                <ul>
     71                    <li><strong>RSS Feed</strong> -- Learn <a href="https://central.wordcamp.org/news/2013/12/30/rss-feed-now-available-for-newly-announced-wordcamps/">how to subscribe via RSS</a>.</li>
     72                    <li><strong>ICS Calendar</strong> -- Add this URL as a remote calendar in your calendar application to subscribe: <?php echo esc_url( site_url( 'calendar.ics' ) ); ?></li>
     73                    <li><strong>JSON API</strong> -- This can be used by developers of mobile apps, websites, etc: https://central.wordcamp.org/wp-json/posts?type=wordcamp</li>    <?php // URL is hardcoded because the v2 URL for this will probably be different, but back-compat will be maintained ?>
     74                </ul>
     75
    6676            </div><!-- #content -->
    6777        </div><!-- #container -->
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