[Seaside] [SummerTalk] Please try my iCalendar
dima-sender-3c337a at yasp.com
Mon Sep 18 10:10:07 UTC 2006
Hi, good to see calendaring for seaside.
But on my Mozilla links on top are not visible, becouse of calendar
table sitting on top of them :-( Some styles issue.
FYI: I am porting SW2Calendar to latest Pier/Magritte and Seaside 2.6a (in Squeak 3.9)
So it will be another way to have iCalendar with Seaside/Squeak. May be we can join
our effort ?
Jason Johnson wrote:
> Jason Rogers wrote:
>> Nice job! Some comments:
>> - I like the GreyBox effect.
>> - It would be nice to have a Cancel button on the GreyBox pop-up
>> - I think you should look at your oridinals logic: '13rd' should be
>> - The column headings make the page seem really busy, perhaps you
>> should show the month you are looking at in one place and then just
>> show the day and day of the week in the column headings
>> - I was confused by the blue text in the column headings and the '+'
>> on Todo List items: I thought they were links that should take me
>> On 9/8/06, Bakki Kudva <bakki.kudva at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Looks very nice! Congrats on great work. Just a quick question from a
>>> newbie. Can this be embedded in a Seaside WAFrameComponent?
>>> On 9/7/06, Yann Monclair <yann at monclair.info> wrote:
>>> > Hello,
>>> > I have been doing some progress on my iCalendar during ESUG 2006. I
>>> uploaded an
>>> > image on http://icalendar.seasidehosting.st
>>> > Please feel free to play with it, so far it's only one "session"
>>> for everyone. I
>>> > hope to add a user login system by the end of next week, and have a
>>> > people can start using.
>>> > You can read about my project on my blog
>>> > Thank you very much,
>>> > Yann
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> 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
> 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 is.
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