The Events Cal Blog: Rob

You may have seen we released Events Calendar PRO 3.12.3 earlier today. Hot on its heels, we’ve just followed that up with a minor version 3.12.4 update that all users are encouraged to apply to their sites. Here’s what we fixed in Events Calendar PRO 3.12.4: Altered our build process to remove utilities and libraries…

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Happy Thursday! It’s that time again…time to announce another maintenance release, after we just pushed The Events Calendar 3.11.2. It addresses two bugs that were reported to us by community members after we deployed 3.11. Specifically, The Events Calendar 3.11.2 patches the following bugs: Bug – Resolved an issue where List View paging into the past only…

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In what marks our second secondary maintenance release today — hot on the heels of the broader 3.11 updates to our whole plugin suite yesterday — we’ve just pushed Eventbrite Tickets 3.11.1. Eventbrite Tickets 3.11.1 is a small release, but addresses an issue we noticed in our final pre-3.11 QA and needed a bit more time to diagnose after…

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Good morning! If you were paying attention to your site’s plugins list yesterday, you’ll know that we launched version 3.11 of The Events Calendar, PRO + all add-ons (including the brand new iCal Importer!) over the past 24 hours. Today we’re announcing another release: Facebook Events 3.11.1. Facebook Events 3.11.1 is a secondary maintenance release…

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Good afternoon, friends and foes alike (but hopefully mostly friends)! We’re gearing up to release version 3.11 of The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO + all add-ons. As of earlier today, Release Candidate versions of the entire plugin suite are available here on TheEventsCalendar.com. We got good feedback after our first attempt at sharing Release…

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Good afternoon, folks! As we wind down another Thursday, I wanted to share an update on a release we just pushed: Eventbrite Tickets 3.10.2 is officially live and ready for public consumption. Though only changing one line of code, this release addresses a potential XSS vulnerability impacting the Event Import page, which was brought to our attention earlier today…

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Good afternoon, friends! If you’ve been following us these past few months, you’ll notice we haven’t been releasing updates to the plugin suite as often as previously. Though we’ve pushed out plenty of small maintenance builds, we haven’t seen a “big” release since launching version 3.9 back at the start of December. That’s nearly six months!…

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Happy Thursday, folks! We’re continuing to release updates to Eventbrite Tickets following the API switchover that took place in last month’s version 3.9.3. We’ve received some great feedback from the community regarding the new API and have had a few bugs reported to us as a result. The latest release – Eventbrite Tickets 3.9.6 –…

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Hey again folks! As you may have seen, we recently overhauled our Eventbrite Tickets plugin to use the latest and greatest API offered from Eventbrite; as a result, a substantial amount of underlying architecture in the plugin changed when we shipped 3.9.3 at the end of April. After reports of some conflicts with earlier builds…

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Hot on the heels of our Eventbrite Tickets 3.9.3 release yesterday, we’ve just pushed another small update to the plugin — version 3.9.4 — which addresses a bug impacting users running older versions of PHP (5.3 and earlier). There are also a few minor bug fixes emerging from that tweak addressed here as well. Eventbrite Tickets…

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Today we released Eventbrite Tickets 3.9.3 and Facebook Events 3.9.4! These releases don’t have a ton of frontend implications, but were rather substantial under-the-hood overhauls: Eventbrite Tickets is now using version 3.0 of the Eventbrite API (earlier builds were using API v1!), and Facebook Events has been updated to use Facebook API Graph v2.2. Both updates…

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