Registration open for CalConnect XXII in Prague

The next CalConnect event will be held the week of October 3-7, 2011, in Prague, Czech Republic, hosted by Kerio Technologies. This will be the first full CalConnect week held outside North America.

To allow for additional time for planning and arranging for international flights, we have opened registration for this meeting early. Please see for more information including hotel booking which is also available.

CalConnect Adopts Creative Commons and Apache Licenses

CalConnect will now publish new and updated documents and other material under a Creative Commons license or, for code artifacts such as schemas, the Apache 2 License, replacing its prior terms of document availability. The intent is to make it as easy as possible for CalConnect material to be used, by publishing under standard and universal license terms. Please see Copyright and Licensing for Published Material for more information.

Four weeks to CalConnect XXI at NASA Ames

Only four weeks until CalConnect XXI, the week of May 23-27, 2011, at NASA Ames in Mountain View, California. If you are planning to come, you should get your registration done by May 6th as the early registration rate ends on that day, and registration will change from $350 to $395 for the Roundtable. We’re also going to be holding a workshop on Tasks on Wednesday afternoon the 25th, and of course our interoperability test event on Monday-Wednesday.

Registration is open for CalConnect XXI May 23-27 at NASA Ames Research Center

Registration is now open for CalConnect XXI, May 23-27, 2011, at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Mountain View, California. Please see for logistics and registration information.

As usual, we will be conducting an Interoperability Test Event Monday-Wednesday, May 23-25. Information about the Test Event is at The Roundtable Members’ Meeting will be Wednesday-Friday May 25-27.

Calendaring and Scheduling Glossary of Terms published

CalConnect and TC USECASE have published Version 2 of the Calendaring and Scheduling Glossary of Terms. This is a major revision of the first version, originally published in 2006, and includes over 75 terms used in calendaring and scheduling today. External references to relevant standards and specifications are included in the online version.