From: Rick Castello <rick@sq...> - 2002-01-23 15:45:41
I love the plugin!
I've been using a free perl cgi for calendaring that I got
from fuzzymonkey.org, but the site is unreliable, and the
calendar has some glitches. This plugin is very nice!
Of course, I have suggestions. :)
1. Have the calendar use the system CSS file specified in
configuration/preferences. It uses the color stuff now,
but not the font data.
This one seems somewhat straightforward...
2. Allow shared calendars.
This one does not seem straightforward at all...
The tool I've been using puts the calendar at a specific
url, and allows anyone using it to modify it. This is
WONDERFUL for my girlfriend and I to keep track of who's
coming over for dinner when, etc.
This would also be an excellent tool for businesses as well-
if the user could specify which users had permission to read
and/or write to their calendar... then, when creating a new
event, the user could choose whether it was a personal event
or a group event (perhaps even enabling multiple groups!).
If a group event, the event would be written to the calendar
data of other group members as well...
Yup. See what happens when I get going?
Anyway. A thought. Love the plugin.
All of life's big problems include the words "indictment" or
"inoperable." Everything else is small stuff. -Alton Brown
From: Philippe Mingo <mingo@ro...> - 2002-01-23 16:00:45
Rick Castello dijo:
> 1. Have the calendar use the system CSS file specified in
> configuration/preferences. It uses the color stuff now,
> but not the font data.
Well, it does on my system. Are you sure ?