If you did not post the event in the first place, you will have to log in as the administrator. After having having done so, you should go to "Today" (on the top left corner), then you will see all the events. From now on do as stated in the previous paragraph.
The events that you mention are indeed in our system, but the administrator needs to "approve" them. All new events, except those posted by the administrator(s) of the system, will be inserted as tentative events (i.e. only the administrator can see them, but not the general public.) When the administrator approves the event it will become definite, and it will show as in the public calendar. As the calendar administrator, you will get a message whenever someone posts an event so that you can inspect it, and then approve it or delete it by following the URL included in the mail.
In order to "approve" an event you have to log in as the calendar administrator, and go to "Options | Administrate Events". Then you have to set the events that you "approve" as definite, and finally you have to hit on the update button.
You can also approve events one by one, by loging as the calendar administrator, and by selecting the corresponding event. Then you can click on "Make it definite", close to the top right corner.
All this behavior does not apply to "open" calendars, where events become definite as soon as they are posted.
If your calendar is an "open" one, or if events do not show up as tentative, then you probably have hit some button or link in your browser right after posting the event, and the system has not had the time to record it. Next time wait until the page has been loaded.
Now go to "Options | Edit Calendar", and you will be able to set many options of the calendar, including the list of administrators, which is located at the end of the form. Remember that the list of administrators is a list separated by spaces. Do not put commas or carriage returns in between. If you did it and you got blocked out of the system, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
You will be able to select a parent (e.g. the master calendar of the department or the main campus calendar) and as many neighbors as you like. The parent calendar inserts your calendar into a hierarchical tree, where the parents, grand-parents, grand-grand-parents, ... are included. On the other hand the neighbors of the neighbors are not added to the list of related calendars.
Don't forget to click on "Update the calendar" to commit the changes.
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