One little thing. When you use this to generate an XML Sitemap (for Google etc) it's a good idea to save the xmap-generated text, edit it, then upload it statically to your site.
xmap puts a lot of stuff in the map and is indiscriminate about changefreq and priority tag settings.
--display of the next event in a recurring series
--display of non-recurring events
--shown in a sidebar, and in a variety of page formats.
--a way for end users to add events.
It's a terrific addition to my web site.
It worked fine in J! 1.5. I had to turn on legacy mode to get the calender and latest events modules to work. With legacy mode on, the search mambot also works, but doesn't offer a checkbox to select only event search. So, I'm looking forward to 1.5 support being completed.
I'd ask for some changes in the interface that posts events:
-- settable default event length.
-- an easier way to choose dates and times than pulldown menues.