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 interested.


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.



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