WebCalendar 2.6 released

WebCalendar 2.6 released

Post by Maorong Z » Sun, 17 Jun 2001 19:02:08



      Web Calendar 2.6-4

  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/blinking
reminders. If the wcald is running on the calendar server,
it can also do mail reminders.

  WebCalendar runs under mod_perl!

  Features:

   *  Allow your user to set up and manager his/her calendar

   *  Support public calendars, where 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, todo tasks)

   *  Arrange calendars into workgroups

   *  Compare a group of calendars and find schedule conflicts

   *  Announce events by email

   *  Change the time zone context

   *  Support diary, address book, task management etc.

   *  Monitor multiple calendars in a single session

For More info, please visit
  http://www.math.utexas.edu/users/mzou/webCal/

 If you translate webCalendar to your native language, please
share your work. Thanks!

Enjoy,

Maorong Zou


PLEASE remember a short description of the software and the LOCATION.
This group is archived at http://stump.algebra.com/~cola/

 
 
 

1. WebCalendar 2.6 released

      Web Calendar 2.6-4

  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/blinking
reminders. If the wcald is running on the calendar server,
it can also do mail reminders.

  WebCalendar runs under mod_perl!

  Features:

   *  Allow your user to set up and manager his/her calendar

   *  Support public calendars, where 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, todo tasks)

   *  Arrange calendars into workgroups

   *  Compare a group of calendars and find schedule conflicts

   *  Announce events by email

   *  Change the time zone context

   *  Support diary, address book, task management etc.

   *  Monitor multiple calendars in a single session

For More info, please visit
  http://www.math.utexas.edu/users/mzou/webCal/

 If you translate webCalendar to your native language, please
share your work. Thanks!

Enjoy,

Maorong Zou

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