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Fw: FYI



This is a reposting of a note that came to Skip Montanaro at Automatrix.
They were one of the first server vendors to support vCard and vCalendar.
Merton probably does not know about the vCard and vCalendar mailing lists.

FYI.

- - Frank Dawson

> Date: Wed, 20 Aug 1997 06:19:16 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Merton Campbell Crockett <mcc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: vCalendar for BSD/OS
> 
> I developed a mechanism for secrataries and administrative assistants to
> publish and update meeting schedules on a BSD/OS 3.0 Intranet Web Server.
> Its a manual procedure.  It requires using FTP download the current
schedule
> and upload the revised schedule.  The schedule is maintained as an HTML
> document and relies on the individual to use the correct HTML tags.
> 
> Is there a vCalendar tool, database, etc. for BSD/OS that could be used
to
> manage an organization-wide scheduling calendar?
> 
> (1)  Allow users to schedule a meeting using a Web Browser
> 
> (2)  Provide a check for conflicting meeting events
> 
> (3)  Allow a user to display a monthly, weekly, or daily calendar for a
> given individual
> 
> (4)  Notify, by e-mail, individuals invited to the meeting
> 
> And, finally, work on a BSD/OS system that uses Apache as its HTTP
daemon.
> 
> Merton Campbell Crockett
> GTE Government Systems, ESD/IOO
> 

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