| Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 09:59:23 +0000
| From: Anthony Walters <anthony.walters at dkit.ie>
| We are looking for a shared calendar solution as well, the webcalendar
| project looks interesting - has anyone rolled it out to their staff?
the company I currently still work for (but I'm looking
for a new job --- see my .signature below for details)
uses Web Calendar (or however it is spelt). I was not
involved in the selection or rollout, so cannot really
answer any questions in that area. it seems to work
(albeit I myself do not like it), and is used from both
Linux and Windross machines. I know people use both
Internet Exploder and various Mozillas to access it,
and presume there is some use of FireFox, albeit no
known use of either Opera or Konqueror.
one reason (that I know) it was rolled out is because
it is concurrently multilingual. we have both French
and English speakers. unfortunately, the language you
use is the language of notices et.al. placed in other
people's calendars. that is, as an English-speaker,
when I schedule something, the notice is always in
English, even in the French-speaker's calendars.
it is obvious it has undergone some customization,
albeit I've no idea if that was necessary or not.
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