Posts tagged ‘upcoming’

Yahoo aquires Upcoming.org?

October 6th, 2005

I’m not sure I’m interpreting this correctly, but it sure looks like Yahoo buys Upcoming.org. It is coming from the horses mouth, after all…

Nokia and Upcoming.org?

June 28th, 2005

In this cryptic post, Andy from upcoming.org announces that Nokia is working on a mobile version of Upcoming and that they need your feedback. Hmm…Interesting!

Crunch

May 22nd, 2005

Final exams at School, checking del.icio.us popular late at night. Adam and I are representing SSES in the European Business Plan of The Year Competition next week. With participants from INSEAD and Imperial College, I still hope we stand a chance to win!


Reboot

Hours after the final exam, I’m rebooting with Henrik, Adam, maybe Jyri and some other people. We plan to take the train from Stockholm down to Copenhagen on the 9th. Tell me if you wanna join in! [reboot on upcoming.org]

Upcoming.org Events Script

May 6th, 2005

Here’s my super simple upcoming.org events feed script. Nothing fancy, but it will do the job for a simple events feed like the one on this page. It’s a PHP script and it requires only the Magpie RSS-parser (simple drop install) and the expat XML-parser (included in almost every PHP-distribution out there).

I decided to go with expat since the upcoming.org PHP web services toolkit is somewhat hard to deal with if you haven’t got hosting with command line access.

In order to get the script to run, you need to figure out your upcoming.org user id and get an API key, and put those in the script where so indicated.

If you have cron support on your hosting provider you should use it. You need to use a cron task that looks something like this:
/usr/local/bin/lynx -dump http://yoursite.com/upcoming-events.php > /dev/null
Never pull events more often than every 15 minutes.