I'm doing this on our home page, and I do the sorting on our end.  In our
particular language (Groovy) I asynchronously (GPars) query the (5)
different calendar feeds, and add the scheduled events from each feed to a
locally created collection (table, array, list, etc...) for the time frame
specified.  Then I sort the local collection by start time and render it to
the page.

However, if anyone knows of a google server-side way to do the magic, I'd be


On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Tim Beaufoy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>  Hello Web Folks,
> We are interested in trying to feed our google calendar into our website
> via feeds. The challenge we're facing is, we have multiple calendars. How do
> we feed a select set of our event calendars into our site in chronological
> order from date of event and not date of posting the event? This is the
> setup we're trying to use, but it only pulls one calendar from our account
> which I assume is our first created calendar.
> https://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/
> [user]/public/basic?orderby=starttime&sortorder=ascending&max-results=5
> Thanks.
>  --
> Tim Beaufoy
> Web Developer/Designer
> School of Public Health
> University of Minnesota
> 612-625-3218
> Room A-302 Mayo MMC 197
> 420 Delaware Street SE
> Minneapolis, MN 55455
> www.sph.umn.edu

Aaron J. Zirbes
Application, Systems and Security Engineer
Environmental Health Sciences | University of Minnesota
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