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Add ElggEvent as a core PHP object (Trac #2933) #2933

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elgg-gitbot opened this issue Feb 16, 2013 · 3 comments
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Add ElggEvent as a core PHP object (Trac #2933) #2933

elgg-gitbot opened this issue Feb 16, 2013 · 3 comments

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elgg-gitbot commented Feb 16, 2013

Original ticket http://trac.elgg.org/ticket/2933 on 41130383-11-11 by ewinslow, assigned to unknown.

Elgg version: 1.7

Events are a pretty standard social concept, and I would argue that core support for them makes a lot of sense. In addition, true core support for events would effectively provide a standard for the implementation, which means event plugins would be more interchangeable/compatible. Up until now, all the events plugins I've seen are completely incompatible

I might even go so far as to say they should be a top level entity since they have standard fields that could really use their own table: name, description, dtstart, dtend, duration, location, event type, but I'm certainly fine with just making them a subtype of object first.

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elgg-gitbot commented Feb 16, 2013

Title changed from Core support for events to Add ElggEvent as a core PHP object by brettp on 41201033-01-06

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elgg-gitbot commented Feb 16, 2013

Milestone changed to Future Release by ewinslow on 41500269-12-06

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elgg-gitbot commented Feb 16, 2013

Milestone changed to Long Term Discussion by cash on 41921890-05-16

@ewinslow ewinslow removed this from the Discussion milestone Jul 6, 2014
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