CalConnect has recently published its new Calendaring Developer’s Guide as a read-only wiki at http://devguide.calconnect.org.
We have created an initial outline of topics that we expect will be of value, and added content for a subset of them such as creating a simple event, together with examples. At this point we feel the Guide has enough content to be published and useful, but it is still incomplete.
Registration is now open and hotel rooms may be booked for CalConnect XXXVII Dresden, September 12-16, 2016, hosted by dmfs (SmoothSync).
The CalConnect XXXVII web page is located at https://www.calconnect.org/events/calconnect-xxxvii-september-12-16-2016 and contains hotel information and booking, airport and transfer information, meeting venue, international travel information, etc.
Cronofy, our newest member, has blogged about their experience coming to their first CalConnect event in Hong Kong last month, and about their reasons for joining CalConnect and participating in our work: https://www.cronofy.com/blog/cronofy-joins-calconnect/.
CalConnect welcomes Cronofy as a member of the consortium. Cronofy, based in Nottingham, United Kingdom, provides a unified calendar API to allow application developers to integrate their apps and services with calendar services.
The IETF has announced that two CalConnect specifications submitted to the IETF have been approved and published as RFCs (proposed standards).
Only four weeks left until CalConnect XXXVI in Hong Kong, April 18-22, 2016, hosted by Ribose and OGCIO
If you are planning to come to Hong Kong it’s time to register! And to book your flights and hotel.
The IETF CALEXT Working Group has issued a Last Call for Comments on two CalConnect specifications: Calendar Availability (VAVAILABILITY) https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-calext-availability/
and Calendar Extensions https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-calext-extensions/.