Net::ICal 0.15 is now available in the Reefknot files section and on CPAN. This version adds some bugfixes in packaging and testing; it also adds basic support for VTIMEZONEs.
Date::ICal 1.27 was released a few days ago. This basic date object module is a base for Net::ICal. Thanks to DrBacchus for his work on this module over the last few weeks.
Net::ICal 0.14 came out this week. See the Files section for a tarball and release notes.
The first Reefknot release of Net::ICal is out. It's alpha level software; this means that there are plenty of bugs and incomplete functionality. We're putting it out there for people to look at and find more bugs in, and as a preview of the work we've accomplished in the last few months.
You'll need Perl 5.6.0 and Class::MethodMapper installed to play with it. Submit problems and questions to the Sourceforge bug tracker or to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
If you want to get involved in this project, the best way is to join the reefknot-devel mailing list, at http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/reefknot-devel
If you'd like to get involved in Reefknot but don't know much about iCalendar, I've written a document that might help. It's in draft form on http://reefknot.sourceforge.net and comments would be very much appreciated.
A draft document describing Reefknot client-server architecture has been published on http://reefknot.sourceforge.net/
If you'd like to comment on it or help out with it, please join the reefknot-devel mailing list.
e-smith, inc (http://e-smith.com), developers of an open source Internet server and gateway product, have offered to
support Reefknot by allocating developer resources (i.e. yours
truly) to the project.
reefknot-users and reefknot-devel are now working, for those who would like to subscribe. See http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/reefknot-users and http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/reefknot-devel respectively.
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Sourceforge seems to have something weird going on so that the mailing lists created for this project can't be admin'd or subscribed to or anything. Please use the "open discussion" forum for general questions, or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to be put on the informal Cc list for Reefknot discussions.