[Seaside] [SummerTalk] Please try my iCalendar
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Sat Sep 16 17:46:51 UTC 2006
yann may be you should get inspired by the pier package installer and
On 16 sept. 06, at 18:25, Yann Monclair wrote:
> The application can run headless (maybe not for setup yet, but that
> can be fixed easily). This app is running on seasidehosting, and it
> seems to work ok. I still need to add a system to save a snapshot
> every so often (otherwise the changes you do to the calendar are
> not saved if the image fails).
> There are no notifications for now. I will add that later on,
> probably email notification and maybe a popup notification if a
> websession is active (or on login).
> You can upload ics files via the upload interface. I still need to
> do some work on the calendar before I start the user handling. The
> interface is likely to change ( the upload button won't be there
> all the time for example).
> If you want to try it, you can find the code on SqueakSource,
> project ICal-SummerTalk. For the dependencies, I made a post on my
> blog giving the different packages needed (only 3 so far, seaside,
> scriptaculous and ical).
> Jason Johnson wrote:
>> Is this application a smalltalk app that just happens to have a
>> web interface? (that's what it looks like) I am working on a site
>> now that I planned on using a calender on but it will be a
>> headless image, so I don't want anything to pop up in the GUI that
>> no one can see. Can this app support that mode, or would it be
>> difficult to scale it down to that level?
>> For example, if there is an appointment, then the web app can just
>> check if anything is expired on page load, instead of having a
>> cron deamon implimentation. And for me I don't need notifications
>> at all, the calender will just be to show others what our schedule
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