[Seaside] [SummerTalk] Please try my iCalendar

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Mon Sep 18 20:22:51 UTC 2006


Have a look at:
It allows you to add events and todos to a pier (but not a calendar)
and dowload (and import) them als iCalendar files.


2006/9/18, Jason Johnson <jbjohns at libsource.com>:
> Yes, what a surprise, I was about to ask something like this.
> I am moving a band website to Pier myself.  I plan to use a calendar
> component to store the concert dates (including at least one reoccurring
> concert they do).  I don't need the calender to be actually visable.  I
> plan, instead, to have 3 different views on different pages on the
> site.  The first view will be the front page: it will show the flyer
> (stored as an attachment with the concert entry) for the concert that is
> next to be done (this means it will automatically flip to the next one
> after the concert is over).  Another view just shows a little text about
> the next concert.  And the last is the most complicated.  If the user is
> not logged into the site it will show a text/list type display of the
> next 5 concerts, but if a member of the band logs in they get a full
> blow calender so that they can add dates, reoccurring dates, and flyer
> attachments for events (so my auto flip over will work without maintenance).
> I was planning to just write it all myself based on Ical (the summer
> talk stuff seems a bit to specialized).  But if anyone else is working
> on this too I would be glad
> to collaborate. :)
> I haven't decided if I should just add the actual calendar as a
> component and then set the "view" components to point to it (set from
> the settings menu), or do something with class variables or maybe pool
> variables (don't know what those are for yet, I'm a little new. :) ).
> Maybe someone has some ideas, or maybe there is stuff out that will get
> me closer faster?
> Thanks all,
> Jason
> Dmitry Dorofeev wrote:
> > 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 ?
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > -Dmitry.
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