CalConnect Resources covers a variety of different types of resources, including:
Code Artifacts: Schemas and other code artifacts
available for general use (licensed under Apache II).
Work developed externally in association with CalConnect or a Technical Committee.
Work developed within or with direct involvement of a CalConnect Technical Committee
intended to be submitted directly to the IETF as an Internet Draft rather than published as a
Documents: Formal documents published by CalConnect
and made publicly and freely available on the Consortium website.
Public Presentations from CalConnect Roundtables and other events
- Public Document Types:
A list of the types of public documents created by CalConnect.
Public Document Register:
The Document Register contains an entry for each published version of each
published document. The documents are in publication date/CalConnect Document order. Where
more than one version has been published the register contains an entry for
each version. Other links to a CalConnect document will only find the current
(most recent) version. The document register also contains entries for
specifications submitted directly to the IETF as Internet Drafts, identified as such.
Public Review Documents:
In-progress documents which are not yet published or new versions of
previously published documents, made available
for public review and comment external to the Consortium.
Administrative documents are usually internal documents having to do with
the conduct of CalConnect business. Such documents are usually internal
CalConnect documents available to members. Any external (public) documents
are listed here.
Proposals for experimental specifications and protocols. Proposals may be
contributed to a standards body for progression as a formal standard either
upon publication by CalConnect, or subsequently at any time.
Recommendations:Recommendations are generally problem analysis and
recommendations, use cases and requirements, etc. which offer specific
recommendations on future actions or work.
- Problems and Recommendations
Problem statements and recommendations documents from Consortium Committees.
- Use Cases and Requirements
Use cases and requirements developed in support of Consortium efforts such as defining the
min-IOP (minimuum interoperable subset) for iCalendar, CalDAV, tasks, etc.
Reports: Reports document events, questionnaires, and other analyses but offer
no recommendations or actions to be taken.
- Event Reports
Public reports about past Roundtables, CalConnect Interoperability Test Events
and pre-CalConnect test events conducted by the IETF CALSCH
Responses and analyses of questionnaires developed and conducted by Consortium
The Calendaring and Scheduling Glossary of Terms
- An Introduction to Internet Calendaring
Introduction to the major calendaring & scheduling standards and data exchange protocols
- Workshop Reports: Formal reports from selected public
News and Information
Testing, Tools, and Links
Userid Request: Request a userid for CalConnect members-only resources. Restricted to CalConnect Member Representatives