A quick fix turned into a plugin refurbishment.
Sometimes when you turn over a rock, you find things you weren't expecting. That's what happened when we went in to fix a bug in the image processing portion of the Ticketmaster plugin. Once we fixed the processing issue, we then noticed our category mapping could be performing more efficiently, so we updated that.
On top of those fixes, COVID-19 had also revealed a shortcoming in the plugin that we were eager to fix. With so many of the events being rescheduled, it was getting hard to keep track of what had changed and what had not. To help ease some of that confusion, we improved the Import feedback form. Instead of indicating that (for example) '10 events had been imported successfully', we changed it to a clickable list of imported events, that flags events that have been updated/rescheduled with a different date. Many of the communities were already doing these updates manually, but now the plugin will help with that and the site admin can just check to make the updates are completed, instead of having to enter them.
The icing on the cake? We are putting the finishing touches on the plugin's ability to provide a report of all the active Ticketmaster imports on the site. The plugin may not look very different visually, but under the 'hood' it's now in fine working order.