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OT: Shared calendar server on Debian

On 11/3/05, Gregory Seidman <gsslist+debian@anthropohedron.net> wrote:
> On Thu, November 3, 2005 1:47 pm, Caleb Walker wrote:
> } Hello all,
> } I am wondering if there are any suggestions for a shared calendar system
> } on Debian.  My setup is as follows.  I have a Cyrus, Spamassassin,
> } Procmail, Postfix and OpenLDAP running on a server that I have in this
> } office for mail flow and single sign on to different web applications
> } and email.  I also want to implement a shared calendar where I can have
> } shared personal calendars as well as shared public calendars depending
> } on login or group.  Has anyone done this and if so how or what products?
> } I breifly searched the debian archives and google and came up with Kolab
> } so far which seems to be more Redhat freindly then I like.
> My immediate thought is WebDAV and a calendar client (web-based or
> otherwise) that can handle .ics files on WebDAV. At the moment I have three
> calendars set up this way:
> 1) Mine, which I can read/write and my wife can read
> 2) My wife's, which I can read and my wife can read/write
> 3) Shared, which both of us can read/write
> We use the Mozilla calendar extension, but there are certainly web apps
> that can do the same. Your real issue is going to be populating the list of
> subscribed calendars (readable or read/write) for the user, including
> WebDAV authentication.

can you say a few words about setting up webdav?  wouldn't mind
something of this sort on my server.  possibly using evolution, maybe


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