[TriLUG] Looking for Calendar Server
jbebel at ncsu.edu
Wed Mar 16 12:46:39 EST 2005
I've been meaning to try it out for some time, so I don't actually have
any experience with it yet, but webcalendar is on my list of things to
try. http://www.k5n.us/webcalendar.php I'm interested in it because it
has import and export to iCal and vCal formats. Now if I can just
figure out how to sync my entire palm calendar in one of those formats.
I can get one event out at a time, but I really want to be able to
sync the whole thing. Try typing in calendar on sourceforge and look at
all the options.
Rick DeNatale wrote:
> Putting the family calendar on the home lan is bubbling up to the top
> of my personal IT project list.
> I'm looking for suggestions for a decent open-source calendar web
> server, preferably one which uses either mysql or the file system for
> storage, but that's not an absolute necessity. Another good thing
> would be if it used Apache, although I suspect that won't be a
> ISTR that I ran across something a few months ago, but I can't
> remember the name of the project, also IIRC it used postgres. I'd
> prefer mysql since that's what I'm now using for a few other things,
> but it's not a showstopper, just one more thing to lean enough about
> to become dangerous.
> I also played around a bit with the calendar plug-in for Squirelmail,
> but it seemed to be pretty immature, and wasn't getting too much
> attention by the developers.
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