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Re: order on events page

Umm... There's absolutely no problem with any change you want to make in to
the events page.  However, let us know, first, what functions you're going
to change.  Some of the listing functions are shared so any change you make
would affect other areas to.  If it's where I think, you'll have to copy
the function and make changes/use the copy.

On Sat, Jul 31, 1999 at 07:34:28PM -0400, blackie@sfcc.net wrote:
> Here is the email that requested I place 1999 events at the top of the
> event page.  As to the past events part, that would require some
> alterations to the index code.  If there are no screams and/or death
> threats I'll make those alterations too.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Having years in reverse order while having events within each
> given year in forward order is confusing.
> Ignoring past events for a second, the next event (the nearest
> in the future) probably should be first, at the top of the list.  
> (That is, all (future) events should be listed in chronological 
> order.)
> To handle past events, I guess I'd leave them at the bottom of
> the page.
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