You may certainly help but i think we have to see how to handle things.
Ernst can tell you more about the translation part. A lot of the German language has already been translated but nevertheless help is welcome.
About gmap (google): it's integrated.
The heading & correct breadcrumbs pathway is something to look into, perhaps it has been solved already. If not it can be added to the issues list.
About the recurrence: you don't have to use a plugin anymore as it's integrated. At the moment there is an issue with it so it will looked into.
And then the feature request: adding a blocklist for the repeating holiday). Well, that's something for the long run to look into.
The breadcrumb path doesn't seem to be solved. Either a category title is added twice (Home>Agenda>Music>Music) to the path or some eventtitle (Like: Home>Agenda>Party>TopPop) when I have a category view. If I click through to an event detail page, the same incorrect eventtitle is added.
If I follow the route: day-view, then the path is correct on the first page (Home>Agenda), but on the detailpage there's no addition of the event title
In my case the agenda is a top item of the main menu, the categories are submenu's.
I fixed this for the category list more or less by deleting the line 239 - 253 in view/category/view.html.php
@stevent: You are right, pathway is a difficult thing not working correctly in some situations. Which JEM version do you use? Official 1.9.5 or something from GitHub? After release of 1.9.5 I made some changes (commonly related to page heading / title but also on pathway creation) which will be part of 1.9.6. This should solve some pathway problems but I fear not all. Because JEM has many views and the site could have many menu items to enter JEM it's difficult e.g. on event details view to show the pathway the user expects.
I don't know when 1.9.6 will be available but you should give it a second chance.
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