On Thu, 26 Mar 2009, Clint Savage wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, 26 Mar 2009, Clint Savage wrote:
> >> On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 9:33 AM, Simon Birtwistle <simon(a)zikula.org>
> >> >> For testing purpose, I have tried out many solutions, but the two
> >> >> suitable contenders are
> >> >> 1.Zikula
> >> >> 2.Citadel
> >> >
> >> 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. Of which, we
> >> need to evaluate those as well since from what I can see, neither of
> >> these solutions allow me to update the calendar (my personal or a
> >> group calendar) with the caldav server type functionality. Maybe I
> >> missed that, but I think that's an integral part of the need for a
> >> calendaring solution IMO. if you follow the discussion held a while
> >> ago, the list suggested becomes more integral to the scheduling
> >> functionality needed in Fedora.
> >> I'm still under the impression that we should set up test servers for
> >> these other systems too as most (if not all) are FOSS as well and
> >> better fit the needs of a full calendaring free/busy type solution.
> >> Cheers,
> >> Clint
> >> 1 -
> >> 2 -
> > If you've got time to set some up we'd be happy to work with you on it,
> > some of the projects we looked at got dropped for various reasons. SOGo
> > requires ldap which we don't have, Bedework requires sun's java so it
> > dropped. If you had other specific ones you wanted us to look at please
> > do update the ticket -
> > https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/1197
> > I've never looked for FOSS calendar solutions, I don't think susmit has
> > either so we're just googling and looking around for solutions that might
> > work. susmit's done a great job of getting some of these up, I'm sure
> > can get others up too.
> > -Mike
> I'm completely happy to help, do I just need to put in an RFR to get
> started? I'll set them up and make them available for testing as
> quickly as I can once I get the resources.
Naw, the RFR is only for projects themselves and this one (mostly) has
been approved. Just request sysadmin-test access and work with susmit on
the same server he's been on. I'll sponsor the test access and you'll
have an account within an hour.
Yeah, I thought so, but I had to check, I've already applied for that
group. Thanks Mike.
Susmit, come find me in IRC (herlo) or send me a private email so I
can help set up these other systems.