another complication will be that the component "red_form" is needed before you can use "red_event" properly, also here it will be a matter of finding out how things are integrated.
Hm... sounds as if redEvent allows complex registration via a form while on JEM attendees are limited to say "Yes" or later "No, sorry". So in this part you will definitely lost information. Also if you need a more complex registration form you need a separate formular component and have to add the form (mostly a "token" which will be replaced by a content plugin) or a link to a page containing the form in e.g. event's description.
But the core data should be importable. It's just a lot of work to map redEvent's fields to JEM's fields. For pure fieldname mapping it could be made easy directly in SQL using something like "SELECT red-fieldname AS jem-fieldname ..." and export the resulting table. Then adapt the table name and try to import it using JEM Import Csv feature.
So far the theory...
I tweeted the redComponent team recently,and they said that they plan on releasing a Joomla 3.0 compatible version in the next few weeks. I would still prefer to migrate to a more active platform however.
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