Implementing CalDAV, a New Standard for Sharing Calendar Information Over the Internet
Mitchell Baker, CEO, Mozilla Corporation
Mike Douglass, Senior Systems Programmer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Dan Mosedale, Mozilla, Sunbird Client
brian moseley, Server Engineer, OSAF
Track: Emerging Topics
Date: Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005
Time: 5:20pm - 6:05pm
Mitchell Baker hosts a panel comprised of key players defining and implementing a new IETF protocol designed to facilitate sharing of rich event-based calendar information. CalDAV is a new specification for calendaring over the Internet. It combines the proven iCalendar and WebDAV standards and extends them to suit the needs of modern calendaring.
The panel will be made up of various implementors of open source
CalDAV clients and servers. Members of the panel will discuss the
progress of the CalDAV drafts in the IETF, the status of their CalDAV
implementations, and their future plans. Panelists will include
representatives from Mozilla (Sunbird), OSAF (Chandler and Cosmo
projects), Novell (Hula project), and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
(RPI version of the University of Washington calendar server).
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