[Seaside] [SummerTalk] Please try my iCalendar
philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Mon Sep 18 10:55:56 UTC 2006
2006/9/18, Dmitry Dorofeev <dima-sender-3c337a at yasp.com>:
> 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 ?
Wow, calendaring on Squeak, you could write a book about it.
Originally it was done for SmallWiki on VW  and later ported to
SmallWiki 2 and Squeak  .
Then iCalendar  part was ripped out and made a sepparate package
. It supports many more iCalendar features, for example recurrence
rules. Also vCard support was added. This version is used in DabbleDB
 and an internal application at netstyle.ch .
The StellDichEin package brings back iCalendar support to SmallWiki 2
now known as Pier  . It builds on ICalMagritte  and allows
the creation of events and todos but not calendars.
Last but not least is the SummerTalk project of Yann   with
also builds on top of the iCalendar package.
> 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
> >> '13th'
> >> - 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
> >> somewhere
> >> On 9/8/06, Bakki Kudva <bakki.kudva at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Yann,
> >>> Looks very nice! Congrats on great work. Just a quick question from a
> >>> newbie. Can this be embedded in a Seaside WAFrameComponent?
> >>> -bakki
> >>> 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
> >>> version
> >>> > people can start using.
> >>> >
> >>> > You can read about my project on my blog
> >>> http://yann.monclair.info/summertalk
> >>> >
> >>> > Thank you very much,
> >>> >
> >>> > Yann
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> > Hi,
> > 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 is.
> > Thanks,
> > Jason
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