OK, I knew it had to be simple and that a little bit of sleep would help. I forgot to update one site-specific setting after moving the app from the dev environment to production. What's ironic is the particular setting in question is part of the code I submitted to the calendar module to fix the very problem I was having. D'oh!
Poop. It seems the calendar isn't working properly on the live site, yet is working just fine on the development site. It's a bit too late (or early) for me to figure out WTF is different. Hopefully it isn't a big deal and it's just because I'm tired that it isn't obvious to me right now.
I've just made the newest incarnation of Gothic BC live. I've been working on this since late October and I really don't know how many hours I've put into this to get it to a workable state. There is plenty more work to be done, but hey, I've been plugging away at this for almost 10 years now and there is always more work to be done.
So what's new in the new Gothic BC? ...
This being the first blog post on Gothic BC, it should probably be a little more momentous than it is.
"One small step to blog; one giant pain to set up."
This photo made famous at [http://www.somethingawful.com/cliff-yablonski/i-hate-you-146/]
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GothicBC is a resource for goths and like-minded bohemians, artists, musicians, etc. from Victoria to Fort St. John. Promoters and patrons of B.C. events can upload pictures to personal albums and share them in the public photo gallery to showcase these events. In the forum a whole gamut of topics are discussed. We feed our content to our facebook page and our Google+ page and have a Tumblr site for some extra eye-candy. People new to B.C. use the site as a resource to meet like-minded individuals. Former residents of B.C. use the site to keep an eye on what's happening "back home."
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