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Unexpected side effects of the “Let’s Encrypt Apocalypse”

As a web generalist, I have my hands on just about everything involved in building and managing websites… including server administration. So while I’m not a dedicated sysadmin, I deal with the Linux command line for my clients often enough that I have been aware for a few weeks of the impending “Let’s Encrypt Apocalypse.”…

The trouble with, and magic of, namespaces

Yesterday an ICS Calendar user started a new topic on the WordPress Support Forums, around strange timezone behavior they were observing on their website. I set up a test scenario using one of my own calendars, and I verified that, yes indeed, if the site had both ICS Calendar and another calendar plugin — Modern Events…

Introducing the ICS Calendar Blog

It’s funny… WordPress originated as blog software, even though many people — including me — rarely use it specifically for that purpose anymore. So just the other day, I was lamenting that I didn’t have a great way to talk about newly released features or the development roadmap for ICS Calendar and ICS Calendar Pro. Then…