CalConnect maintains two ongoing calendars, a combined event calendar for ongoing committee conference calls
and related activities, and a CalConnect Conference calendar for each CalConnect Conference's schedule. A
CalConnect Conference, sometimes called a CalConnect "Event", is comprised of an Interoperability Test Event and a Roundtable Conference (Members' Meeting) and may also include workshops or symposia.
These calendars may be subscribed to1or downloaded2 below.
A browser-based application is also available from this page and the CalConnect home page to view both
calendars. In addition, the events for an individual TC or other CalConnect committee may be individually
subscribed to or downloaded.
Note Well: Although the calendars are publicly available, you must be a
representative of a CalConnect member to attend CalConnect conference calls.
You must be a duly registered representative of a CalConnect member or an observer to attend the
IOP Test Event or Roundtable sessions.
Ongoing CalConnect Conference Calls and Activities
"CalConnectCalendar.ics" is the combined event calendar containing events (generally recurring) for all scheduled
CalConnect committee calls and related activities until
the next CalConnect Conference. It is usually updated each Monday following the
TC CHAIRS Coordinating Committee call, to reflect any changes
to the schedule as identified at the TC CHAIRS call. The inidividual committee
files contain only those events relevant to that committee.
CalConnect Conference Calendar
"CalConnectConference.ics" contains the schedule for the upcoming CalConnect
Conference, which is comprised of both the Interoperability Test Event or Events and the
Roundtable Members' Meeting. This file may have no events defined following a CalConnect
Conference and before the next Conference's schedule is defined.
To subscribe1 to this calendar file: webcal://www.calconnect.org/calendar/CalConnectConference.ics.
To download2 this calendar: http://www.calconnect.org/calendar/CalConnectConference.ics
View Calendars in Browser
1 When you subscribe to a calendar file, your calendar application records the location of the calendar file on the internet and periodically retrieves updates to it, so the information in your calendar application is always current.
2 When you download a calendar file, a static copy of the file is downloaded to your computer. You can import this file to your calendar application; however it will not automatically update if the original calendar is changed.