Ooh. The media department in Oslo lets you subscribe to calendars their events that’ll add themselves to your calendar (iCal, Mozilla Calendar etc.) It’s often annoyed me that the Learning Managemeng System our university uses doesn’t provide that – but of course, our department could easily do that. Dunno why it didn’t occur to me before: it’s simple: if I add our events to my own calendar in iCal and set it to export those items. That’s going to have to go on the todo list…

And yes, I subscribed to the Oslo calendar, even though I’m not in Oslo. I can just untick it so it doesn’t show in my own calendar, after all.

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