Web Calendar 1.5 released

Web Calendar 1.5 released

Post by Maorong Z » Fri, 07 Apr 2000 04:00:00

      Web Calendar 1.5

  Web Calendar is a perl cgi script. It has an interface
similar to dtcm as seen on Sun Solaris. It supports the
standard calendar editing, searching and popup/flashing
reminders. If the wecald is running on the calendar server,
it can also do mail reminders.


   *  Allow your user to set up his/her calendar

   *  Support public calendars, in which everyone can edit his/her
      own  calendar entries.

   *  Display day, week, and month views of the user's calendar

   *  Schedule single or repeating calendar entries

   *  Browse and edit another user's calendar, provided permission is given

   *  Schedule reminders to give the user notice of events

   *  Two levels of restrict access to the user's calendar

   *  Merge with other calendars or calendar files

   *  Edit a group of calendars (meeting events)

   *  Arrange calendars into meeting groups

   *  Compare a group of calendars and find schedule conflicts

   *  Announce meetings by email

   *  Change the time zone context

 To see web calendar in action, please try the testing web calendar server at

For More info, please visit


Maorong Zou


1. WebEvent 3.04 released - Web Calendar, CGI Calendar, WWW Calendar

Cameron Consulting announces the availability of WebEvent 3.04 for
UNIX and Windows NT. WebEvent is an interactive World Wide Web
calendar program that allows you to view and modify calendar-type
events from any computer that can run a Web browser.


  * multiple calendar views (year, month, week, day,event)
  * multiple calendar formats (calendar and list)
  * event types (meetings, to-dos, special events)
  * repeating events
  * event reminders
  * searchable calendars
  * meta-calendars (ability to combine two or more calendars
    on the fly.)
  * source code

WebEvent 3.04 requires either a UNIX or NT server running a Web server
that supports PERL CGI scripts and can communicate with an SMTP host
for e-mail reminders and notification.

Cost is $400 for a single host, unlimited users, 5 calendar license and
$800 for a single host, unlimited users and calendars license. Non-profit
and educational institutions receive a 50% discount.  Site licenses are
also available.

For information, or to download a free fully-functional, evaluation for
WebEvent 3.04, visit http://www.CameronConsulting.com. Please contact

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