Tweetcal converts a Twitter feed into .ics (calendar) format.
pip install tweetcal
Tweetcal has two commands. The first converts a Twitter archive to
ics, the second saves recent tweets to
Reading an archive
Download your Twitter archive and unzip it. Let's say it's in
~/Downloads/archive/. Run this command:
$ tweetcal read-archive ~/Downloads/archive calendar-file.ics
This will create
calendar-file.ics. Test it by opening in your favorite calendaring program.
Saving recent tweets
For this section, you'll need Twitter OAuth credentials.
Save those tokens to a yaml or json file. Use the sample format in the repo as a guide. Let's say you've saved the file to
~/tweetcal.yaml and your username is 'screen_name1'. Once that's set up, run:
$ tweetcal stream --config ~/tweetcal.yaml --user screen_name1
Tweetcal leaves a note in ics files it creates to tell it where in an account's stream to start downloading. Because of this, you should only use a file created by Tweetcal with tweetcal-stream.