On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 11:34 PM, susmit shannigrahi
> I'd like to throw in my previous email as a reference for this exact
> purpose. There was a long discussion around which I already
> created a list of potential calendaring solutions.
> 2 -
I am very sorry to let you know that I have tried out almost all the
solutions that you mentioned in that page.
For details please refer to ticket 1197
(Apache v2.0) : No Web based GUI.
2 Bongo Project - http://bongo-project.org/Main_Page
(GPLv2): Alpha, in their own terms, not suitable for production.
3. Bedework - http://www.bedework.org/bedework/
Requires sun JAVA.
4. DAViCal - http://rscds.sourceforge.net/
(GPLv2): Need stand alone
clients, no web based frontend!!
5. Zikula - http://zikula.org/
[A CMS being packaged by Docs, has some
calendaring support] (GPLv2+) : Candidate
6. Chandler Project - http://chandlerproject.org/
(Apache v2.0): Will
try out today.
7. OpenGroupWare - http://www.opengroupware.org/
(GPL or LGPL): Too messy.
8. Citadel : Candidate
Do we have any licensing issues with Zimbra? Or is CalDev is available
on the community version of Zimbra? If not we can give a go.
with regards, I didn't understand that a GUI was an *absolute*
requirement. I don't see any list on the page you mentioned of
features or requirements. The story as I understand it was, install
opengroupware. In our email discussions previously, I found that many
people were interested in a 'Google Calendar' like project that could
be used across many different applications. The general idea I have
seen is that it should have both a web interface and a CalDav/iCal