simon at zikula.org
Fri Feb 6 22:47:35 UTC 2009
One Zikula calendar module has a variety of feeds (see http://code.zikula.org/crpcalendar/attachment/wiki/screenshots/list.png) or http://jami.cremonapalloza.org/index.php?module=crpCalendar for a live demo. It might need some template modifications for display, but you could allow users to submit events and so on by logging in with their FAS ID. However, I am sure there are better standalone solutions out there, if you're happy to maintain a separate tool.
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> From: fedora-infrastructure-list-bounces at redhat.com [mailto:fedora-
> infrastructure-list-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Toshio Kuratomi
> Sent: 06 February 2009 21:33
> To: Fedora Infrastructure
> Subject: Re: Calendaring system?
> Adam Williamson wrote:
> > On Thu, 2009-02-05 at 18:51 -0700, Clint Savage wrote:
> >> Adam,
> >> Funny thing, I was just mentioning how it would be nice to have a
> >> calendaring solution that would be able to let people pull feeds and
> >> put items on the calendar for Fedora with use in FAS. I think even
> >> though there's currently no solution quite as good as google
> >> (or apple's iCal) in free software, there are alternatives.
> >> Bongo Project - http://bongo-project.org/Main_Page (formerly Hula)
> >> (GPLv2) Bedework - http://www.bedework.org/bedework/ (BSD License)
> >> DAViCal - http://rscds.sourceforge.net/ (GPL)
> >> I'm sure there are others, but I think a self-sustaining calendar
> >> that could integrate with the Fedora Account System (FAS) and make
> >> so that people can create events that could get pushed to a central
> >> calendar which others might subscribe. Something like this would be
> >> awesome and I'd be happy to help you get it started. Maybe one of
> >> the above programs can meet our needs, or maybe we need to look into
> >> something else.
> > Thanks a lot, Clint. Actually one of our QA community guys, Jóhann
> > Guðmundsson, independently suggested Bedework to me and I had a quick
> > look at the web page and it looks nice. It runs in Java but I guess
> > that's no problem if it works on OpenJDK, and it looks like it's nice
> > and self-contained, actively developed, and seems to really work to
> > implement the latest standards, so it looks like a good candidate to
> > I haven't looked at the others you suggested yet, but I will.
> > I'm happy to help out as much as I can - I'm no expert in this field
> > in the initial set up, my only concern is to make sure that this is
> > something the infrastructure group will maintain over a sustained
> > period, I'm just hoping that it won't fall by the wayside and stop
> > working after a few months or wind up with me having to (try and)
> > maintain it or something. But I'm certainly happy to help out in
> > getting it up and running and fit for purpose initially.
> We have kind of a de facto no-Java standard in infrastructure. This is
> partially because none of us have had good experiences running apps in
> java and partially because we have noone with Java programming
> experience to fix things if we need to. If you had some people to give
> to us to work on maintaining the server we might be able to work out
> something similar to how zikula is being run for the docs deploy. But
> that doesn't sound like the case :-(
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