Yet more calendar requirements

Ben Teitelbaum of Internet2 pushes his availability to his web site from his calendar application. He “takes Apple iCal’s iCalendar file and strips out the subject, location and agenda for each item, leaving only an availability mask” which he feeds to PHP iCalendar. This makes scheduling time for a phone call with Ben very easy. … Continue reading Yet more calendar requirements

Why don’t calendars do Time Zones?

My laptop and my palm both understand Time Zones. I understand Time Zones. Why don’t my calendar applications (Oracle’s Calendar and the Palm Calendar in the handheld) understand Time Zones. What I want: (1) When I create an appointment I should be able to mark the Time Zone for the appointment. I should also be … Continue reading Why don’t calendars do Time Zones?

Why don’t calendars do time zones?

My laptop and my palm both understand Time Zones. I understand Time Zones. Why don’t my calendar applications (Oracle’s Calendar and the Palm Calendar in the handheld) understand Time Zones. What I want: (1) When I create an appointment I should be able to mark the Time Zone for the appointment. I should also be … Continue reading Why don’t calendars do time zones?

Event & Venue Database (EVDB) – Social Sofware Event Calendar

EVDB – The Event & Venue Database EVDB is an event calendar system based on open contributions and smart searches. Any logged in member can enter an event. Calendars and Event are tagged like in del.icio.us. The software suggests a list of popular tags (this would help with stemming of tags – Mac, MacIntosh, Apple, … Continue reading Event & Venue Database (EVDB) – Social Sofware Event Calendar