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My calendar views are creating RSS links that include both of the arguments that I am providing to their calendar pages.
For example, here are a couple of calendar pages on my site:
In both URLs, "joseph-p-addabbo-jr" is the first argument, which specifies the name of the senator whose calendar is being viewed. The first URL above points to the default (current month) view of Addabbo's calendar, so it is functionally equivalent to http://www.nysenate.gov/senator/joseph-p-addabbo-jr/events/2010-04. Thus, "2010-04" and "2010-W18" are the "date" arguments for the two calendar pages above.
The RSS links my view generates for the two above calendar pages are therefore:
In practice, however, both of these RSS feeds are functionally equivalent. When someone subscribes to an RSS feed on our site, it gives them the next 10 upcoming events for that calendar, which is as it should be. (There's not much point in someone subscribing to an RSS feed for a fixed date range. Most people expect RSS feeds to give them regularly-updated information, not fixed information.)
I would therefore prefer it if both of the two calendars above would suppress the date argument so the RSS link would be simply http://www.nysenate.gov/senator/joseph-p-addabbo-jr/events/rss on both pages. I can't find a way to configure calendar views to do this.