The Interoperability Test Event will take place all day Monday and Tuesday, January 28-29, and Wednesday morning January 30th during CalConnect XXVI, hosted by Oracle in Santa Clara, California. For information about event logistics please see http://www.calconnect.org/calconnect26.shtml.
At this point we are planning testing in the following areas (Updated 30 November 2012):
- CalDAV testing:
- access (basic operations of CalDAV)
- sync report
- managed attachments
- Server discovery
- DKIM security – latest changes for header normalization
- Service Protocol (new JSON spec)
- Timezones by Reference
- VPOLL initial testing
- Autodiscovery protocol
- richtext properties (and hashing)
- jCal, the JSON Format for iCalendar
- xCal, the XML Format for iCalendar
- CardDAV testing:
- Sync report
- vcard 4?
- CalWS-REST and CalWS-SOAP, the web services protocols for iCalendar and WS-Calendar
In addition, participants may have other areas they wish to test and we will be happy to include them in our planning; the test event registration form provides a place to indicate what you want to test. In all cases at least two participating organizations must be interested in testing a particular area or scenario to form testing pairs.
Your organization need not be a member of CalConnect to participate in an Interoperability Test Event.
The information page for the Interoperability Test event is at http://www.calconnect.org/iop1301.shtml. This page also includes any updates to the planned or confirmed testing areas since this blog post.