web calendar recommendation
Colin J. Raven
colin at kenmore.kozy-kabin.nl
Tue Dec 21 12:13:01 PST 2004
On Dec 21, Nikolas Britton launched this into the bitstream:
> Noah wrote:
>> well I am back to the drawing board here. webcalendar is not very well
>> supported, and it does not interface that well with my Palm calendar. I
>> appear to upload my calendar to it.
>> can somebody please send along their recommendations for a calendar program
>> that can support multiple user calendars that can then be shared for
>> scheduling purposes?
>> Any ideas please?
> yea, try Kronolith part of the Horde Application Framework.
> New features planned for 2:
> * Shared calendar support.
> * Create/import/mail iCalendar invitations, generate free/busy info.
> * Support for guest calendars.
> * Remote iCalendar calendar display support.
> * Palm DateBook (PDB) import support.
> * More flexible alarm notifications (e-mail, etc)."
> Like you, I have tried every web based groupware project under the sun, this
> one sucked the least, we have been using it for all are client appointments
> since FreeBSD 5.2-RELEASE, and have never had a problem with it. When
> Kronolith 2, Horde 3, and Turba 2 are release I will be upgrading to those
> plus installing other Horde Apps like IMP, Wiki, Whups, and others.
> For the backend you can use just about anything for storage and
> authentication because it uses the pear abstraction layer of PHP and they
> write clean portable code.
As one other possible alternative, you could take a look at
which has a group calendar. Now this could be overkill, but it's also a
helluva lot of fun too.
Do please look at the calendar module itself and the screenshots.
It does also play nicely with Palm.
I hope this is of some use to you.
Colin J. Raven
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