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Re: GPG Request - Add place date selector

On Monday 19 November 2007 20:36, Luk Claes wrote:
> Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw) wrote:
> > On 01-11-2007 07:54, Clifford W. Hansen wrote:
> >> Greetings,
> >
> > Hi Clifford,
> >
> >> When adding a place to my GPG info, I only have the option of choosing
> >> this year or last year, and I think this needs to be extended to at
> >> least two years in the future.
> It's extended to forever which you can easily change whenever it changes...
> The option of this year is for something that doesn't last long like a
> conference, it's not meant to be a calendar application...
> Cheers
> Luk

Yes I am aware that it's just for conferences and the like, but what about a 
conference or holiday that happens from 20 Dec 2007 till Jan 4 2008. I cannot 
add that at the moment.

Also there might be events in 2008 and possibly 2009 that we already know 
about, that was the only reason I sugested that it be updated, also I'm don't 
see anyone wanting to put in eevents that are in the past (2006).

Since it's a PHP page the drop down for year could be changed to the 
    function getYearSelect($name){
        $select_html = "<select name=\"{$name}\">";

        $currYear = date('Y');

        for ($year=$currYear; $year <= ($currYear + 4); $year++){
            $select_html .= "<option>{$year}</option>"

        $select_html .= "</select>";

Then a simple: print(getYearSelect('end_year'));
will print the select for the end_year

Hope that helps, and makes sence...
Thank you,

Clifford W. Hansen
PHP Developer / Linux Administrator

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